Knights Inn Nashville
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Off to the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg Tennessee.
A beautiful drive through some farming areas surrounded by forests brings us to Moore County in Lynchburg. This county has been dry since prohibition in the 1920's. There are no pubs or hotels and no liquor available to purchase, but a law was passed to say that you could drink …
First up today - off to Target to get some shorts - didn't think walking around a city on another hot day in jeans was a good idea. - and yes there was room to pack them in the bike bags.
Rode into town and parked at the Music Centre - a huge convention centre which had masses of people attending a conference.
Next to the ...
... visiting. We got off the freeway and followed the signs to the museum and it looked interesting enough to check out. I will probably come by myself tomorrow at some point.
We got back on the freeway and made it to the downtown area. We were surprised to see that it was absolutely packed with people. There were plenty of stumbling drunks among them, too. I guess the last day of the CMA Music Festival is still going strong. There were a few streets ...
... Underwood's costumes, and Elvis Presley's gold piano. I enjoyed learning about the classic country musicians, like Bill Monroe, and seeing their instruments.
Besides the country music museum, there are many other museums and parks in Nashville. Karena and I visited the Children's Science Museum. The exhibits were all designed for kids to play with. My favorite exhibit was a game where we learned about how ...
... 50 per night, we rented a tent in someone's backyard! When we arrived to this persons backyard, it was full of tents. In fact our arrival meant the owner had to buy another tent. At least with a new tent, it was waterproof. Five tents and five couples camping in a dodgy neighbourhood with a makeshift shower and bathroom facilities, next to the chickens. I have to say, it was all kinds of weird but it was an experience. The last experience, from our RoadTrip across America.