I only took the Greyhound once. We got stuck for twelve hours in snow somewhere (nowhere) in Wyoming about 30 miles from where we started. When we got moving all of the drivers seemed very reluctant to actually drive the bus (but I\'ve never seen so many people genuinely in love with microwave hamburgers).
It felt like I was in an episode of King of the Hill. I think I was the only male on the bus who didn\'t have a bunch of prison stories, and I became an expert just listening to the driver talk about his heavy tool collection.
It was a slice of Americana not quite covered in the movies.
\'Europeans\' indeed. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] You think the Irish and the Albanians have a lot in common? Or maybe Norwegians and Sicilians? (better ask Thomas about that)
Aaron Aaron Aaron.... When I talked to you last week you didn\'t tell me you were going to take a greyhound... I could have told you dude!
Glad you enjoyed your trip. I\'ve lived here longer then I\'ve not lived here, and I don\'t think I\'ve even got as much out of Nashville as it sounds you did! Glad we proved a good host. Although the Taxi driver IS NOT representative of who/what we are [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Nashville really is a great place. Unless you just HAVE to be in LA, I think it\'s the best place on Earth [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] later