The Big Bungalow B&B
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Our host in Nashville was yet another quirky middle-aged lady, this one had previously recorded an album, written a children's book and practises as a masseuse whilst running the B&B. When we told her our plans for the evening she didn't seem to know the prominent location of the food and wine festival we had tickets to, but she still gave us …
... origins of country music in America. I loved every minute. It be home to the round room, decorated with all the inductees into the hall of fame. Impressive, but one cannot help notice that the honor role is skewed towards white men. Sure Dolly is there, Emmylou, Patsy Cline, but the white guys take the cake and eat most of it too, just ask Charlie Pride. We again met up with the McNatts and 8 Ball round sunset at a rhythm and blues jam over at "Carol Ann's Home Cooking ...
... back to the
1880s. It became the home of the Grand Ole Opry in 1943 and continued through 1974 when it moved to the new location. Just like yesterday, we got to go on the stage and have our picture taken. I think I liked this tour even better than the new Opry House.
After lunch in the Back ...
2300 Two Rivers Parkway
Nashville, TN 37214
Sunday, May 18th, Tony and I decided to go for a walk on the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge after "Pigging Out" at Five Points Pizza ( our favorite ). So, we parked at Two Rivers Parking lot near the Wave Country Pool and locked the van, ...
... which at one time was the biggest in the State. It's even more famous because they kept fantastically detailed records of everything and they only ever sold two slaves and they always bought families and encouraged them to raise their own. Not interbreeding!!!
The slaves seem reasonably well looked after and many stayed on afterward. Although they quite often changed their name to Washington and Lewis.. The descendants of the slaves became ...