Americas Best Value Inn Franklin/Spring Hill
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... he has found his perfect job. I got my first $2 bill, I thought it was fake at first but the lady said it was rare because it has Jefferson's face on it that's why they gave them out. No way am I spending it.
Me and Paul have being staying over at Zach's house( Paul's best mate and I knew him In New Zealand) Zach is still in New Zealand but his parents invited us to stay as there arnt enough beds in Paul's house for us all, again really nice people, Americans get such a bad ...
I know I must be a fuss **** but the only downside of this trip has been the food (except while we were at Cathy's place, we were spoilt there), really can't get ...
... t it will be added to a 12th Man Solutions business plan before the plane touches down in Manchester! Exhausted and sunburnt we made it to see Joe Satriani last night, just absolutely bloody awesome - never been to a purely instrumental gig before but it was just brilliant! Followed up by a couple of cheeky nightcaps on Broadway listening to 'the next global superstars' who hadn't event heard of Lizzy .....and thought Metallica wrote Whiskey in The Jar....let the education ...
Tony and I enjoy hiking around different parks..Now I call it hiking, even if there are no caves, waterfalls or mountains involved....it's basically a word I use for just plain walking around sometimes..Like here...at Winstead Park...we didn't actually hike we parked our car and took a very nice walk.
... It struck me as being the American version of Bristol, which is one of my favourite cities back home. If it all possible, I will be back here before long and maybe one day I’ll be a 'Nashvillian’, which is a term I thought I invented – apparently not.
This chapter of my story begins on the Megabus from Atlanta. Here I met Kelsey, a photographer who lives in Nashville. As is the case ...