La Quinta Inn & Suites Nashville Airport/Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pubs, shops, etc.
We were amazed to see life music in the AFTERNOON, in EVERY pub, even one after the other in a single street. How fun is that!
We wanted to see the Johnny Cash museum, but with $60 entrance fee for our family, which just a bunch of pictures and ...
... continues to run deep throughout the country but most wildlife biologists agree things are changing." More importantly, though, I gained a sense of hunting as a “sport”. It is a skill. It takes practice to do it successfully. You need to know your equipment. And you need to know your animal. The final shot is just the last step. There are clearly ethical standards. They had a term "maximum ethical range." Don’t shoot if you are not ...
After the museum we headed off for a walk down to along the waterfront , we were hoping to visit the fort across the road but it was closed and ended up back near where we were staying for an afternoon snack. Seeing Wade hadn’t been to the USA before I thought he should experience Hooters. We stopped in for some Wings and a drink and opted for the spicy ones and original ones. We have noticed that a lot of the hot sauces here are vinegar based and ...
... Broadway Street in Nashville. Hopefully we'll stumble on some great country music. Who knows, maybe even some famous bands…it could happen.
This is our last day in Nashville before heading home tomorrow morning. Sometimes it feels like we've been on the road forever and sometimes it seems that first Sazerac I had in New Orleans was just yesterday. Either way its been quite a journey.
Stay tuned for the ending;
Mary and Angelo.
... information to read and marvel at. We were also given an audio guide, which gave extra anecdotal information about many of the exhibits. We saw Dolly's dresses, boots belonging to Alan Jackson, a huge display dedicated to Kenny Rogers, dresses worn by winners of the CMAs and cowboy hats a-plenty! There were constant snippets of music being played, interactive video exhibitions and, behind glass panes across from the exhibits, huge archives chock-full of even more memorabilia, as ...