La Quinta Inn Nashville South
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... small family sat at the table nearest to the food counter and a lady and her daughter rejoiced in marshmallow filled cereal at the table next to them. As I was preparing my plate of the world's best sausage patties, a small portion of biscuits and gravy, and a Dixie cup of orange juice the tv in the breakfast room announced a total of five tornadoes ripped through Illinois the night before. On the way out of Florida Jessica and I had read of the bad storms online ...
... and 13 soldiers died. And then we went to Pharr Mounds where we saw 3 Indian Mounds. Evidently the custom was for the Indians to bury the dead with all their possessions together. No markers – just mounds….
Made a quick stop at the Tennessee River. Evidently there was a fishing contest going on. All the trucks ...
... used to be a General Store at one time. There is also a side outside eating area. I will definitely go here again to eat and drink and enjoy a good time in Metropolis, Illinois..Address: 323 Ferry St Metropolis, IL 62960
Comparison: less expensive than average
Phone: (618) 524-5525
Price: less than US$10
... t be right if Zoe wasn't dancing somewhere.
Past all the gold, silver and platinum records and into the gift shop. Our traditional souvenir magnets purchased, we braved the cold and went for a walk towards the "main street' in Music City. A little colourful in the day, it would have been super to have experienced it at night...and kid free (so, we may head back someday with friends to try it out), we settled into a resturant with little southern character ...
Arriving in Nashville brought us to our first hostel of the trip right across the street from the Cumberland River and the Tennessee Titans Football stadium. On our first night we headed out on the famous Broadway Ave that is filled with bars playing live country music. Some of the highlight bars were the Whiskey Bent Saloon (where we enjoyed a dance to a cover of Free by Zac Brown Band), Honky Tonk (a 3 story bar with live music on every floor), Trailer Park where we ...