Super 8 Antioch
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After feeling sufficiently hungover this morning, Christine (Philidelphia), Hayley (Oz) and me head out to get some breakfast. We found a place called The Southern, which is kind of swanky- live jazz, posh napkins, pretty much feel like Sex in the city. But I reckon they do hungover more glamorously than I do. Anyway, I had fried chicken and waffles and it was divine. ...
... and took us to Little Rock. (It was also his birthday!) In Little Rock we stopped to see Little Rock High School and the small but fantastic museum there explaining the events leading up to 1957 and the aftermath. It was really difficult to imagine a standoff between Faubus and Eisenhower playing out on the streets in front of the school. This standoff involved something like 1400 troops so it was a tremendously serious thing and Faubus had really brought the state the to the brink ...
... the shuttle who was supposed to be coming and finally about 515 the shuttle arrived to take me to the airport. As it had been a cold night, the driver told me that he could not get his van to start and was about to ¨just give up!¨ That would have been a great start to my day! Thankfully I arrived with time to check in and make it to the gate. I had a row all to myself as well on the way to Miami, so I could not complain too ...
... by very quickly. Needless to say I bought another book and chose Al Gores' 'The Assault on Reason' about the American political system, which I am becoming more and more interested in the longer I stay in the country. This purchase will however be muchly regretted when I have to put my backpack on again - I plan to have a day reading to alleviate this problem. Anyway I still have another 3-4 days in this bizarre town so I will write again when the moment presents ...
... countless country music stars have performed over the years.
From the back door of the Ryman, we cut across an alley to the back entrance of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. Tootsie’s is one of the oldest bars in Nashville, and was a meeting place for country musicians trying to make it big. Willie Nelson lived in the back of the bar for 6 months after he had run out of money. He apparently said that it is “exactly 17 steps from the Ryman Auditorium to ...