Super 8 Hermitage
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Higginsville, Missouri. We were both surprised at how very green the countryside was.
After getting lost trying to find my first campsite in the Nashville area, we met up with Libby and followed her to Seven Points Campground on J. Percy Priest Reservoir. We also stayed at Anderson Road Campground on the lake. Both are Corp of Engineer campgrounds and were really spacious and very nice.
The first two weeks, it ...
... This site is called rendezwoof and is ******* stupid.
There's a lot of money thrown at useless stuff over here, 1 in every 5 cars on the road here is a massive pick up, more often than not with an empty trailer and only the driver in them. Every 10th of a mile along the highway has a sign as an update of how close you are to the next rest stop, ie. 67.8, 67.7, 67.6 etc. And needless to say, food portions are ridiculous.
But anyway, rant over, after a nap ...
... to Broadway to the Broadway Brewhouse. With a multitude of TVs and something like 70 beers on tap it seemed like a logical destination. We found a table, posted up and proceeded to be disappointed by what we were watching. At halftime, Jason, an old friend from Appleton who had moved to Nashville joined us to watch the second half. After the agonizing performance we witnessed on screen we headed back to Lenny’s for some dinner. The four of ...
... that's a musical term right?) it was fantastic to see the breadth and variety of what is considered 'country.' Really hope this tradition survives and grows.....it expertly blends new and old, tradtional and contemporary, note perfect with ad lib and the audience screamed for more after every single performance. I was absolutley capitavted from start to finish and loved everything about this odd, ecentric but thoroughly ...
... and eventually decided to visit the Parthenon. "The Parthenon? You mean like in Greece? I thought this was Tennessee?" I thought to myself as I looked at the huge structure before me. Apparently, the people of Tennessee thought it would be cool to build a replica of the historical building. You can take a tour of it for $10 (the inside is a museum) but if you want to partake in the free lifestyle like us college folk, you can walk around the building and take pictures of ...