Quality Inn White House
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... I decided to make dinner. After we ate, we headed down the Seward Hwy. and eventually toward Whittier. We saw a few sights like a fresh spring coming out of the rocks where natives and locals like to fill up on water. We stopped and took lots of pictures of the mountains, and a moose in a stream. We got to Portage Glacier in Chagagh National Forest at midnight. We are staying the night at a pull off on the side of the road where some other campers are staying. Nighty night! - ...
... next to a Nashville local (lovely of course) and she had said that we must try a Nashville favourite called hot chicken. Having been informed that Hattie Bs did the best hot chicken we got an uber ride out of town just to try it; thankfully it was yummy. I would describe it as a really delicious spicy version of KFC without the greased air layer between the crunchy coating and the moist white meat. With full tummys we ubered back downtown to Honky ...
20.15 We are heading back to our local honkytonk , the Nashville Palace where there are two bands playing. The music quality levels have shot up dramatically this last few days so our expectations are higher. Opry tomorrow and that bar is through the roof. In the Palace this afternoon an older lady came to talk to us. She wanted to know if it was true that beer in England was ...
... happens that 'Chili' is located in the Opry Mills Outlet Mall so what better way to walk off lunch than by shopping - so off we all went - I was really boring and had my nails done but the other three had success - shoes, clothes - the usuals. Amazing
Shopping is thirst work so off to the Nashville palace for afternoon cocktails and more live music.
... and wanted to go, GREECE. In particular, Santorini, Greece. Along the way, we are going to be stopping throughout different parts of Greece, Turkey, Croatia and Italy for TWO weeks! At this point, I feel like I'm on the edge of a cliff, with one leg stretched over the edge about to fall into a blissful, weightless joy before the hard reality of a grown up life takes over in a few months.