Commodore Inn and Guest House
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... not to take a tour.
Headed to Broadway to sample some of the music, to get a bite to eat and something to quench the thirst. So many choices of bars with there own character along this strip in Nashville.
Back to the motel and to a local Mexican Restaurant for dinner.
See some pics and sounds of Nashville
... up talking for quite a while and found out that he and his wife are from Ft. Myers, Florida. They are traveling through on their way to South Dakota and have been at this park before. They had the same opinions about the KOAs being a **** shoot. He said the last one they stayed at was not that great. Been there, done that.
He told us he volunteers at an animal shelter at home and one of his dogs was a rescue from there. We were happy to hear that they ...
... This is a nice one? Sure It's a lovey car. What's it worth? What do you mean? Can I sell it and buy a Mustang? She just looked at me. Look we have planned this trip for a very long time. This may sound silly but its an element of the trip that's essential. Yes I could rent a Nissan or a Dodge, but it has to be a MUSTANG. The "perfect" car is right there. And you are just teasing us with this. We have been through enough. We have had to hire another car which ...
... to the limit is impossible; I will leave you with this quote I heard today...impossible is nothing.
“Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.” -Muhammad Ali
... chicken and baked beans.
Cat-napping on the porch swing, doing nothing at all,
That's what I love about Sunday".
All of these little snipets of things we have eaten, seen, heard and especially the people we have met, will leave us with fond memories of the famous southern hospitality.
The week in the south warmed our hearts but it didn't warm the waistline. One in five American's are obese. I now understand why. In some states, fried ...