Travel Blogs from Nashville
Tonight I was really tired. Spent 8 hours getting to Nashville from Robbinsville NC which was what I expected but not the 38C weather. So tomorrow I'll be sure to keep hydrated and wear my Tilley Cooling Neckband for the first time.
My trip today started with finding and riding the Cherohala Skyway. My GPS at home gave me the route I …
With the motorcycles loaded on the trailer and securely tied down, we swing the compass heading southeast and start our quest to escape Chicago's weekday morning rush. An hour later and we cross over into Indiana. Before long, I'm reminded why we decided to trailer our bikes to Nashville, Tennessee.
If there's anything more depressing than …
... coat as it was to cold, while driving around it started snowing. I asked Paul what was happening and he laughed, I didn't. I had to buy a new hat as well, got a bargain $4 one.
I finally met Paul's mum or mom as they say here, such a nice lady, she gave me a massive hug just like a mother would, she works away in Petersburg a few of the days in the week but returned home to find a cooked dinner by me and Paul. I made the potatoes and Paul gutted and stuffed the chicken, made ...
... you miss me don't it?
Paula King-Foullie Sure does Kathy!
Dave Foullie Hi ya'll !!! In stralia
Kathy Reeves Ya'll come back now ya hear
Kathy Reeves Have you ...
... else having departed and the four of us awaiting our cab the heavens inevitably opened into the most torrential vertical rain I have ever seen, although it was still so incredibly warm you could see the steam bouncing off the sidewalk. You'll know the smell of summer rain on tarmac, a sweet, nostalgic odour that brings certain times and places to the forefront of your mind. As I stood there, rain dripping down my neck, trying to protect my new boots from getting wet and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed