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... us since it would be cooler for him in the Jeep. We headed to see some of the sights and get a lay of the land before we made decisions for the rest of the stay. We headed for downtown Nashville to see what was going on and also to see the state capitol building. It was about a 20 minute drive to get downtown and along the way I saw a sign for the Central Tennessee Train Museum. I figured it would be closed but I wanted to see if it looked like it might ...
... can tell you that they
are really excellent. You sit on wooden stools a bar, buy a drink of some
description and sit while they do their stuff. Even at eleven in the morning
people are getting up of their bar stools and dancing on a small floor right in
front of the band. The city is just fabulous to be in, and I’m so sorry we had
a day cut from our itinerary. On this lost day, we were going to a huge show at
the ‘Wild Horse,’ definitely not to ...
... the mansion. The plantation’s main income was the breeding of thoroughbreds starting in the early 1800’s. Horses such as Seabiscuit , Secreteriat and Barbarro, and every horse to race the Kentucky Derby since 2003 can trace their bloodlines directly back to Belle Meade. The grounds included the carriage house and stables, smokehouse, slave quarters and a winery (the only winery in Tennessee). Our tour concluded with a free wine ...
... shining under the spotlights of huge room and videos of film-clips showing his relationships to cars in the movies were showing on a repeat in the purpose-built drive-in theatre.
After souvenir shopping, we headed back to the car, left the iconic home and were on our way to our final stop on our grand ole tour. After losing our Taco Bell virginity and finding it nothing to write home about, we hit the road and made our way to Nashville. Listening to the radio, we heard ...
... the tv sat upon and viola! There was the mini-fridge! I threw my leftover drink in there for the last fifteen minutes while we checked the room for all our belongings. We closed the door to our last hotel room and wheeled our over-packed suitcases towards the elevators. We joined two maids on the elevator who let us off on the first floor. I walked to the car and Jessica was not near me. I forgot I parked in a different spot and I almost entered a similar ...