Sleep Inn & Suites Lebanon / Nashville
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... or not Clingman's Dome is NOT to be missed. Scraping the Southeastern Tennessee sky, he is the mighty top of the state coming in at just over 6 thousand feet above sea level. CAN I BREATH!! After we emerged out of the mountains we stumbled upon a town with the craziest stretch of motels, hotels and family entertainment. It was quite an experience and nothing that we could of never planned.
... gave the boys guitar shaped straws with an offer for a complimentary kids drink. We love free stuff, so off to the refreshment stand line we headed. We only had to wait for nearly half an hour. The boys were very patient and by the time we reached the counter to order the drinks they had successfully talked us into buying a snack to go with the drinks. Unfortunately, when it was time to place our order the cash register broke down. After getting the drinks ...
... of an earthquake. It is a real joy to drive this machine (even though Dad did all the driving today).
We stayed yet another night in the local Walmart. There is an art to finding just the right parking place to avoid road noise, 6:00 a.m. deliveries and inconsiderate neighbors, but we have been lucky since our first night. Last night we watched an old Al Pacino movie ("And Justice for All") and literally forgot where we were. It felt like ...
... is definitely something to see. We continued onto the mall nearby to try and find Chad a pair of boots. He successfully found a pair (see photo).
We cruised back into Downtown and drove around the city looking at the architecture and picking out which honky tonks we would visit in the evening. Nashville is a clean and striking looking city and we know many ...
... as they are usually cheaper, more secluded, and no pool which usually attracts a ton of kids. Now I teach for a living and love it – but I really love quite summers away from so much noise. However, these sites had the RV right next to each other as they usually have at a private campground. The good news was that the site was a pull-through so it was easy to park.
After we got settled it was back on the road. This time we were heading ...