Travel Blogs from McMinnville
... off. The huge number of discount (REAL discounts) airlines is really nice.
They handle large numbers of people well, unlike JFK, which was a goat screw at the gate. The international terminal didn't do that bad a job but domestic was a mess. (Not all U.S. airports are like that. Atlanta moves more people than any other airport in the world...and they do it well.) Food at the airports in the UK tends to be the same price as anywhere else, unlike the ...
Sunday June, 16, 2013
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Top 3-Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Revivalists, Tom Petty and the ...
While at Bonnaroo, we will keep things simple and just list the bands we see at the end of each day. Back to full blogs when we hit the road on Monday!!!
Day 1: Thursday, June 13, 2013
twenty one pilots
Walk the Moon
My top 3 for day one: Allen Stone, Walk the Moon, and Django Django
... together. It was the first major concert for both of us, and ended up being one of the last few shows the band ever played together. The White Stripes, a two piece band from Detroit, Michigan killed their “Ichy Thump” set at the amphitheater built in front of the No. 1 Furnace & Cast Shed. The Sloss Furnaces are also one of the most haunted places in the United States. Alex had been wanting to tour the furnaces ...
We decided to move on through Nashville since we wanted a shorter drive to Cherokee the next day. We found a nice little KOA campground near the highway. Walter did the hot tub and swimming and I went for a walk with the dogs. A good time was had by all. We had lost another hour, which made getting an early start the next day challenging. We drove through pretty country toward Cherokee, but that made our short day end up longer than expected.