The Timothy Demonbreun House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... name was Joel and boyyyyy was he cuttin' up! He was making fun of a couple girls a few stools down and then he called me torpedo tits! Hahaha! The weather was absolutely gorgeous, so I went outside on the patio with one of the regulars (Jabari - he was pretty cool) until he had to leave (he worked at some restaurant down the street). While we were sitting out there, a couple of drunk guys came stumbling over to the fence. They were having their ...
Oh Nashville, I love you! The city had such a great vibe and feel - I loved it! We arrived to glorious sunshine which quickly dried out our still-wet tents and were greeted at Jellystone Park (the name of the campsite) by Yogi Bear who was driving around in a trailer full of children. The site definitely exploited the theme! We went into downtown Nashville where we spent a long time in different boot shops before three of us made full use of the 'buy 1 get 2 ...
... Ole Opry. Unbelievably cool!
Then after our tour we had a quick bite and went back to the Grand Ole Opry to see the show. The lineup was awesome – Terri Clark, Jennifer Nettles, Charlie Worsham, Bill Anderson, Josh Turner, Oak Ridge Boys, Trace Adkins, and Carrie Underwood. What a show!
... t be right if Zoe wasn't dancing somewhere.
Past all the gold, silver and platinum records and into the gift shop. Our traditional souvenir magnets purchased, we braved the cold and went for a walk towards the "main street' in Music City. A little colourful in the day, it would have been super to have experienced it at night...and kid free (so, we may head back someday with friends to try it out), we settled into a resturant with little southern character ...
... 8217;s strum their guitars. We settled for Rippy’s for lunch as it was quiet (no musician playing at the time). Pulled pork roll and fries was the menu for the day washed down with a few "Sam Adams" and Coke Zero no prize for guessing who had the Coke Zero – a very pleasant afternoon.
The last supper was spent at a very nice Italian restaurant with David, Lee and the Big H – who again stole the limelight. The evening was concluded with a quiet port ...