Inn at Walking Horse Farm
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... designed and acted...drama and theatre are a big part of the curriculum over here. We in the UK could learn something from that...drama being all but cut from the National Curriculum at home... So now I find myself at Nashville Airport on yet another freezing cold morning, surrounded by the yellow-shirted Pittsburgh Steelers NFL fans (who played and thrashed the Titans here last night) awaiting my flight to Nawlins. Thank you Nashville. You are a great town. It's been a ...
... music the most obvious of which are the windows that mirror the configuration of piano keys; when viewed from the air the building is in the shape of a bass clef. Associated with the CMF is the historic RCA Studio B, the oldest surviving recording studio in Nashville. More than 35,000 songs have been recorded here since its opening in the mid 1950's producing over 1,000 hits from the who's who of country / pop / rock music. The most prolific recording artist ...
... are staying at the Wyndham Resort - a huge resort of approximately 25 identical buildings with I think 20 apartments in each building - it is a time share resort and we have avoided being conned into the sales pitch! Great location - very close to the Opry Mills Mall and the Grand Ole Opry so perfect for us.
Picked Chrissie & Robbie up and went to 'The Palace' for a welcome drink and then ho
... were dead wounded or missing.
Cranton plantation became the main field hospital and treated over 700 patients including 3 high ranking southern officers who died at the house.
The Plantation does still bear the scars internally of this treatment with blood stains on most of the floors.
Amazingly the family stayed throughout this and helped treat the soldiers until the final one left in July 1865, some three months after the war finished.....
... Depot while the rest of the gang hit Home Depot. 40 Seconds later, router and lap desks in hand..Tom starts asking around for confirmation on the final resting place of the Man in Black. Brandon, the checkout kid, had never been but had worked in a nearby Krogers where apparently a lot of tourists ended up due to GPS inaccuracies (For the record, the Cash family is not interred in the pharmacy of the Henderson Krogers). Tom then proceeded up the org ...