InTown Suites Nashville South
Travel Blogs from Nashville
... Sun Studio, and finally Graceland (no picture included). Then we took what we'd looked forward to - a ride down the Mississippi on a sternwheeler. Well we actually just floated around within sight of Memphis while we received a local history lesson - very well delivered by a lively and entertaining southern coloured gentleman. Fascinating. Then we drove to ...
I'm in East Nashville and couldn't be more stoked. Its my second time here, both times on behalf of a travel friend. We've never been neighbors, or went to the same school with each other, or even lived in the same city or state for that matter. Shanden Key and I met in Baltimore around late winter 06' through some rockin times. She made many trips north to Philadelphia and I knew that I would eventually take ...
... and taking of several million photos.
Overall it was a really interesting tour and I learnt lots of things from it. I did think though that (like Disneyland) it would have been bigger. I was expecting this incredible palatial mansion with room after room after room of shag, fur, mirrors and tack. It just wasn't that. In all honesty Im not that disappointed though, because i think it reflects more on a simple country boy who made it big.
... a heart attack over the spider I saw near where I was sleeping.
Baseball and beginnings of road trip
Kelsey dropped me off at my hostel for the last time the next morning – sad times. However, today was the day I was meeting up with the Aussie’s again. Fleur and I had been messaging on Whatsapp a bit so we knew each other to some degree, but it still seemed a little ...
... time I fly, there is turbulence and this
flight was no exception. I had my sea bands on, not sure if they really help
but they made me feel better. Everyone else was drugged up on Dramamine. We
were a little late arriving to New Orleans because the winds were so bad. At
one time the Captain came on and said that we were flying right into 130 mph
straight line winds that were bouncing off the nose of the plane.