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Back on the road and into Nashville.
Arrived around 3pm and checked into our room. Cheap as chips this one - $87 with free breakfast and wifi and located 1.8 miles from the city centre.
Met a lovely couple from Canada while waiting for the taxi and ended up starting the night with them.
First drinks at Tootsies. A 3 level old building with a bar and different band on each. Found our way to the rooftop ...
... The biggest thrill ever. We then celebrated with a few drinks at Roberts and tootsies...drinking with guy from Georgia and hayley in hostel. I now have the sun on my back, so even when I'm in cold wet England I shall still have a little bit of the trip with ...
... was huge and there was a live band and all. We all learnt to line dance initially by just copying the people around us. Turns out it is really repetitive and not that hard to pick up on. We spent hours here line dancing and doing the demos as well. All in all it was a good time but I'll admit my coordination isn't great at all. We then headed back to camp and after the huge day we'd had people disappeared pretty ...
... wraps, surreal sight. More van time followed as we set back on the road around 12.30 for more southern soul of Nashville. Driving down the southern road, we reach Nashville approx 2.30pm. Initial observations off country music's home is far from what I imagined. But reaching the hostel and having drunk Americans wolf whistle the girls things started to pick up. The Nashville downtown hostel was much better then excepted, sharing with ...
... fear death. When Jessica came outside she was behind a man who met up with the blonde haired woman and they made their way down the empty streets. Since the pancake run was early and we were able to get in and out we found the Hillsboro area still asleep. We took a walk towards Fido, a restaurant Taylor Swift recommended in an interview I read the week before. Patrons filled the window seats sipping on coffee and reading the Nashville newspaper. Finding the ...