InTown Suites Nashville South
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... photographs, model trains and pieces of train equipment, some dating back as far as the late 1800's.
There are also two model railroad layouts housed in another part of the building. She said they were the work of two local model railroad clubs. She asked about my interest in trains and I explained that in my youth, my mom and I used to take the train to visit my sister and her family in Michigan in the summers. I guess that sparked my interest ...
... GPS and we loaded our bags in the backs seat and I turned to Jock, and said "let's get the f*ck out of Dallas". We had to stop before I'd made it out of the carpark. Jock who "needs glasses" started pressing buttons and then I had a warning light on saying trunk open! We were glad to be on our way, and reunited, but the whole moment - which could have been amazing, was reduced to this anti-climax. I got out and shut the boot. We headed out onto the directions ...
... how random and quirky this trip is. We were taken on a tour of the distillery from the fermentation process to the bottling processes and the wax seal finish, the tour ended with a whisky sample session but as I am not a whisky fan and also felt a wee bit ropey from the night before I decided to pass on the sampling. Shock shock horror horror Michelle declined a drink :) After the tour we ate lunch in the car park and ...
Nashville is a truly awesome city. We didn't really know what to expect except lots of country music, and that we found.
Walking down Broadway Street is a very cool experience. There's loads of bars and restaurants all with a live band or solo singer, boot shops selling the most fabulous cowboy and cowgirl boots, clothing shops stocked with everything you need for that real southern look and giant neon signs outside every bar.
... tastings at Kentucky's Jim Bean distillery was enough to put me off again however. Twenty four types of bourbon, tasted like 24 varieties of petrol.
Our little 9 hour venture to Ohio took us up to one of the country's most northern states. That venture meant the next day, we had to drive all the way back down to the southern state of Alabama. The few thousand religious signs indicated we had entered The Bible Belt of the south. Some of the signs were ...