Comfort Inn Nashville/White Bridge
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... Opry. The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music stage concert, broadcast live, it is dedicated to honoring country music and its history. We stayed for a whole show and got to see a range of acts, from old country favourites such as Alan Jackson and Marty Stuart to the country stars I know; Miranda Lambert and Kristian Bush (Armani - he sings the trailer hitch song!). It was a great night!
... sometimes up to seven people in one house, and the Jackson's were considered relatively "good" owners! I kept thinking of the movie "12 Years a Slave" all during our tour. We splurged on the extra $11 one hour wagon ride tour of the grounds. We picked up our audio players for the self guided tour and walked out to where Molly and Bill (the horses) and Craig (the tour guide) waited for our 12:45 tour. That's ...
... breading was too flaking and oily..Not really impressed, but hey FREE is FREE right..the mixed Bourbon and Mango infusion cocktail was very good, but you were allowed ONLY ONE each...
I must have miss read the RSVP, it said two per person but there was a lot of Yelpers who attended that were not on ...
... museum was the boxing ring used in the movie with Will Smith called Ali. Learning more about Ali made me learn about how much he helped charities and stood up to the government. He was a proper talker though and you can see where he got the nickname from, really funny guy though.
Completely different charector now though as he is suffering from Parkinson's disease.
Day 49 - 9th November 2013
Whiskey has never appealed to me, I do like spirits but always ...
... main street, a mini New Orleans or Memphis.....another adult playground. Did a pub crawl and saw many street performers and in the pubs. Here it's more country and they don't get paid. They get nothing except for any tips they get. They have so much talent it's a shame that they all won't make it to the big time.