Value Place Nashville, Tennessee (Lebanon)
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... Ryan. I recommend lone survivor for historic reasons, even though the language and violence is BAD. I cried to see what these soldiers went through. I am guessing it was even worse in reality. We are well fed and when we get to Detroit we have to collect our luggage, go through two immigration stations! and go back through TSA security with all our stuff. No problems but time consuming. This airport is full of stores, etc. I guess a captive audience is ...
... TN) , not only for Mother's Day, but because I am about to head to Atlanta to embark on a great journey. My grandmother gave me the opportunity to embark on a journey with her as my graduation gift. AND, she gave me the roaring opportunity to choose the location (as long as she had not already been there...tough. believe me. she's quite the traveler as well). So of course, I choose the place I have always ...
... western migration to the west? The dust bowl in the 50's resulted in "Oakies" moving to what they hoped where greener pastures and brought their fiddles and music with them. Merle Haggard is the most famous of the many names I didn't recognize. Fun and enjoyable afternoon! We then spent the night singing and swinging in the downtown area. Very similar to Bourbon Street in NOLA but music is rock, country and honky-Tonk rather than Blues and jazz. Another ...
... wait there, and then an 8 hour trip to Orlando, Florida.
Although I am looking forward to Florida, I am really sad to leave Nashville. Really, REALLY sad. I wish we could have stayed longer, but we are restricted now due to our Emergency Passports (we have to be home by 19th July). Otherwise I could have stayed there indefinitely! We will definitely be back someday. Hopefully someday soon!
But for now, onwards to Florida!
Wish you were here.
... a nice warm day yesterday.
Our first stop was "The Gulch" - the newest developed neighbourhood offering a contemporary experience of chic condo lofts, eateries and office space. Since the Station Inn (an authentic bluegrass venue) was not open for lunch we enjoyed the Casablanca Cafe for a quick sandwich and hot beverage. Then we drove Music Row - two streets that are the home of famous recording studios, talent companies and ...