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... wonderful too. However we would very much appreciate it if you would post on the blog itself so we can enjoy our permanent record. I say "we" by the way because John keeps me straight on my facts, helps edit, and is a major help in what pictures we do or do not post. Thanks again for traveling with us...we have enjoyed having the company along for the ride! We drove 235 miles today and drove just a little over 6,000 Miles total...John says nearly 1/4 of the way around the ...
... got in relatively early yesterday and rather than paying an arm and a leg to hotel it in the city, we booked ourselves in to motel 6 just outside and drove in to downtown.
As for downtown there's basically one place to visit and that's Broadway. We started at the bottom, at Rock Bottom in fact, had some dinner on the roof terrace with an awesome view up Broadway. We then made our way to the top and back, popping our heads into the odd bar playing music (which ...
... Cafe. The restaurant started as a party house in the forties, was a hotel from the fifties through the mid-eighties and is now an iconic travel destination that has served the same from scratch recipes throughout. Today the hotel rooms have been turned into shops selling Loveless merchandise from T-Shirts to coffee mugs to homemade preserves and other local goods and few other small shops. Our wait for a table was quoted at an hour and ...
... not to abuse for me it. Ok, rant over but in an age where religion has a lot of making up to do the ridiculousness of the message and delivery on this one can only alienate people.
So after the big-budget, polished to perfection glitz of Taylor Swift, Friday brought a trip to the Grand Ole Opry, America's longest running live radio show brining a mixture of different acts to the live and broadcast audience. The show has been ...
Ralph McLean knows his stuff when it comes to local history - his own local history, which is what counted for us this info-packed day. We started with a tour of sister Brenda's exquisite house, with mom Wilma. Then we saw where Abraham Lincoln was born, at Hodgenville, and the farm where he was brought up. Ralph and Jeanie were married in the little hut where Lincoln lived! ...