The Timothy Demonbreun House
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... doesn't have a great deal to do during the day, especially if you are not a fan of country music. It's the city where you'd love to be able to go on a three day bar crawl. The main touristy street, Broadway, is a long road crammed full of honky-tonks, or country music bars. In between, you can find confectionary shops, souvenir shops and in brilliant Tennessee style, Cowboy Boot Stores. I contemplated buying a pair, but ...
... font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">We went into the Nashville Palace and it is a little dark like a bar...there was a guy singing on the platform sitting on a barstool strumming his guitar...at first he wasn't have bad but as the 45 minutes slowly passed by he was featuring his song choices for one older man...he knew by name BERT I think it was and he was wearing out the ...
... some really great photos of the home and found some information about him on the internet. Nashville restoration projects spent quite a bite of money to restore the home to his glorious status. If you are visiting Fisk anyway, you should walk over to check out this stunning home located on the corner.
... meal across the road at cracker barrel, that I was unable to finish due to its sheer volume, it was time to kilt up and head back in to Nashville. The first and only stop on the night was Lonnie's karaoke bar. It started off quiet, but this turned into our best night yet. Karaoke singers sang from behind the bar, and usually got a great reception, until j sang call me all, seemingly Paul Simon is unknown to 100% of southern Americans. We made friends with ...
... tastings at Kentucky's Jim Bean distillery was enough to put me off again however. Twenty four types of bourbon, tasted like 24 varieties of petrol.
Our little 9 hour venture to Ohio took us up to one of the country's most northern states. That venture meant the next day, we had to drive all the way back down to the southern state of Alabama. The few thousand religious signs indicated we had entered The Bible Belt of the south. Some of the signs were ...