Sleep Inn & Suites Smyrna
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... some type of salad..it was yellow rice with black and red beans, Grilled chicken with roasted kernel corn, grilled onions and peppers, and tomatoes chopped up. It was different. I topped it off with two salsa, the pineapple rum and a fiery salsa. It was really good...I liked them both. I had soda to drink.
When eased into our berth at the KOA in Nashville and had a few hours until the curtain-rise at the Grand Ole Opry. It seemed like a good opportunity to forage for some supplies that were forgotten upon departure (blame shall remain nameless). On the list were a spatula, a plug in water carafe, a pan that works with induction cook top, batteries, Cisco router, some awesome lap desks, and various sundries. So we piled into our runabout and cast off.
... keep on swimming. Later that evening we went to the Mississippi River and watched the sunset. After, we went to Beale St. which was kind of like another Bourbon St but a little bit more PG 13. There were many bands playing the blues. I ate another pulled pork sandwich and I thought this one was better. I'm now back at the hotel. Good Night.
P.S. Happy Birthday ...
... br> I began my trek on broadway by doing souvenir shopping and just walking along and taking in the famous strip of bars, restaurants and shops that line it. It was really cool to walk past each bar as it was dinner time by then, and hearing all the different country songs/bands/singers coming out from each of them.
I decided to eat dinner at the brewery across from the Hard Rock Cafe. It was such a nice place! I had a beer from their brewery which was nice and ...
We got up early today to meet Tommy at 8:45. He was there right on time. We got on the bus which might hold about 40 people, and there was only one other couple. He had three other stops to make and pick up more people. Total on the bus was 13 people plus the driver. The driver was very entertaining. He talked with a southern accent (surprise!) and full of the stories. You know why Jack Daniels Whiskey comes in ...
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