Super 8 Nashville Airport Music City Area
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We arrived at the home town of country music at around 5:30pm and after a quick shower, change and dinner, we headed out to a local high school to catch a game of football. Sat on the bleachers, it wasn't quite NFL, but for $6 vs $80, I wasn't complaining. Unfortunately we didn't stay longer than an hour as the heavens opened and we were so not prepared for the rain. Shameful Brits!! So we headed in to town to continue doing what we do best.......drink! First bar of the ...
... we were shown small pieces not on display that gave an even deeper insight into the personal life and career of the rock and roll legend. We saw photographs, cheques and other smaller scale memorabilia unique to Graceland. Then it was back on the minibus, over to the car garage, where we were given a insight into Elvis' passion for automobiles, viewing Cadillacs, limousines, golf-buggies - anything and everything with wheels and an engine! Slick pieces designed and custom made for ...
... tastings at Kentucky's Jim Bean distillery was enough to put me off again however. Twenty four types of bourbon, tasted like 24 varieties of petrol.
Our little 9 hour venture to Ohio took us up to one of the country's most northern states. That venture meant the next day, we had to drive all the way back down to the southern state of Alabama. The few thousand religious signs indicated we had entered The Bible Belt of the south. Some of the signs were ...
... fair was taking place. Al Gore, who lives in Nashville, was Vice President for two terms but now describes himself as a recovering politician! He was talking for over an hour on his new book about what he thinks are the six drivers for the future including technology, climate and what he calls the Global Inc. (corporations and their power on political systems and the environment) to name some of them. He was so passionate and animated when he spoke and the ...
... it to the home of Old #7
We sign up for the tasting tour and wait for it to start. Now about a year ago, you could not do the tasting tour as it did not exist. You see you cant drink in Moor County not even at the Distilery, but that changed back in 2011, and I have to say I am super happy about that.
Big John is our tour guide and he takes us off to tour the grounds and see where the Whiskey is made. I am not going ...