Sleep Inn & Suites Lebanon / Nashville
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I would really go here again!! Definitely, because there are several other dawgs on the menu I want to try and you can't beat those beer prices..the BEST IN ...
... good news at the dealership, the battery was fine.
Arrington Vineyards was the first destination of the evening. Kaitlyn, Brianna, Jennifer and I waited patiently for Lenny (our new Nashville buddy) to arrive so we could pile into Brianna’s Suzuki and make the trek about 30 miles outside of Nashville. Brianna drove through the eerie country roads covered in a thick fog until we pulled up to a large “barn” that looked like ...
... guy though but a seriously strong Deep South accent, that on it's own made me smile!
Beyers: We spent the afternoon milling about waiting to hear what the problem was. We had lunch in the oldest surviving café in Nashville called 'Elliston Place Soda Shop’ This is the original building and interior and is a protected building on the historical list. Lisa just had a huge ice-cream sundae like you can imagine from the movie Grease ...
... 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 ...
... particularly as far as Jack Daniels is concerned. It is now owned by the Jack Daniels Distillery and is actually run by Jack's great grand niece, Lynne Tolley, although she never met Jack as he died back in 1911, aged 61. Lynne took over running the restaurant when Miss Mary Bobo herself died in 1983 aged 102. Good knock that ! We, along with a number of others waited for the bell to ring and be called up for lunch by our hostess. Ding-a-feckin-ling - there it is ! ...