Sleep Inn & Suites Lebanon / Nashville
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... myself, were caught up in this energised atmosphere. This was especially so with his comments on the government shut-down which is creating a lot of anger in this country right now. Bill Bryson's talk was the antithesis of Al Gore's in that he had the audience in stitches most of the time. He had some great stories including The Bear Story - Bill was very worried whilst writing his book 'A Walk In The Woods' about what to do if you met a bear. A woman from the ...
... Elvis and Johnny Cash came to record after they outgrew Sun Studios in Memphis, and where Dolly Parton recorded “I Will Always Love You”. A little Dolly trivia – when she was on her way in to a recording session in 1967, she crashed her car into the wall of the studio, and you can still see the marks on the wall there now!
Inside Studio B, we listened to several famous songs that were recorded there, and sat at Elvis’ favourite piano, ...
... 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 ...
... a bunch of those pictures which are fairly self-explanatory. The waterfront area was nice especially with the very large stadium which we are supposing to be their minor league baseball venue. I wasn't aware of how popular minor league teams were down South. I guess this means I should go check out the Paw-Sox more. We also saw a lot of fun neon signs in downtown.
And, by a complete coincidence, I was reminded of Nashville's replica of the Parthenon when ...
... 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 ...