The Brentwood B&B
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... in a whole series of clean modern and extremely comfy chain hotels. Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inns all look the same but they are sooo clean and welcoming. Bev will be fit enough to do a little bit tomorrow so the excitement of somewhere new begins again. This holiday seems incredibly long because every few days you're getting that new venue buzz and because you're packing a lot into your days we seem to have been here for ...
... 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">They have happy hour from 11am to 7pm daily with $2 domestics and $3 imports...great deal. Tony can drink Budweiser for only $2 per long neck..that is a great price in Nashville. My soda was only a $1...great price again!!!
We opted to get two different items and split ...
... and we were taken through into a bar to sample some of the whisky types. Lynchburg sits in a dry county, and the distillery has only in the last couple of years had the authorisation to allow taste testing on the premises; even then, you are given no more than one shot of alcohol. We were given three to taste; the Gentlemen Jack, Single Barrel and –instead of the regular No.7 Black label – as it was St. Patrick’s day we got a special Green label version. This ...
... myself, were caught up in this energised atmosphere. This was especially so with his comments on the government shut-down which is creating a lot of anger in this country right now. Bill Bryson's talk was the antithesis of Al Gore's in that he had the audience in stitches most of the time. He had some great stories including The Bear Story - Bill was very worried whilst writing his book 'A Walk In The Woods' about what to do if you met a bear. A woman from the ...
... the bus back to the Hall of Fame museum.
We then headed over to the Ryman Auditorium to take a tour, and to see their Johnny and June exhibit, but unfortunately it was closing early due to a performance that evening. I was heartbroken! We vowed there and then that we would return to Nashville and take the tour someday. As if I needed another reason to go back. I was already planning our next trip there!
As this was our last day in Nashville, and we now had ...