The Brentwood B&B
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... memorabilia and images of the man in black over time. There were recordings of his songs on different mediums and also recordings from different periods of his life. It was a fantastic tribute and well worth exploring. We had a coffee at the museum cafe which is worth noting as it was amazing. I was told by so many people before we left that we would not be able to get good coffee in the USA but so far we've struggled to find anything but good coffee. As ...
My great-great-niece Katie joined me on the trip from Moro, Oregon to the Nashville area where we helped my niece Libby and her family move into their beautiful new home.
It might be hard to believe, but it was really enjoyable spending nearly four weeks with a soon-to-be fourteen-year-old. I know Reilly would agree, as Katie would always walk him. Across country, we stayed at Heyburn, Idaho; Rawlins, Wyoming; Doniphan, ...
... think it was located somewhere differently in the building. It moves around I guess, but this might be its location for this season.
The smell is great!!
... from ancient Greece. There are several universities in Nashville. The largest are Vanderbilt University and Tennessee State University.
Have you ever had a Moon Pie or a Goo Goo Cluster? These are two famous sweets that are made in Nashville. Other popular foods in Nashville are barbecue, fried chicken, and meat & three (that's a dish that is often served in diners -- you get to choose one kind of ...
... fact was that the hillbillies decided to change their image to cowboy early on in the 50's (Roy Rogers being one of the first...who knew he was a singer when he met Dale Evans who wrote his music?) being more sexy and manly and that is why boots and cowboy hats are standard fare for the country-western "look". So who would believe that they dedicated a whole wing of the museum to Bakersfield, CA!!?Would you have guessed that Bakersfield was the center of ...