Hyatt Place Nashville/Brentwood
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... Polk. Lots of beautiful oil paintings of these men hanging within its walls. If you come to the States, try and get into a State Capitol. It is fascinating to see it at work... My last night was spent in Hillsboro State High School watching their production of 1984. The bloke I'm staying with is a theatre designer and his friend is the drama teacher. Apart from the fact I got to go into a High School (think Rydell High!), I thoroughly enjoyed the play...edgy, ...
... in the city albeit not your typical museums. Our first port of call was the Country Music Hall of Fame. The new $37M facility opened in 2001 and is located in the heart of the downtown area. The 3 floors of the museum present a chronological collection of country music's story as told through historic country video clips and recorded music, as well as a regular menu of live performances and public programs. The building's exterior is decorated with symbolic ...
... and nothing looking very familiar I realised I was looking at a map of Philadelphia! So two dummy awards for me today!
We did end up on our correct flight and arrived safely in Nashville - so all good. The girls though ended up being delayed for about three hours in Detroit!
While we were waiting for the girls we did find our accommodation, the grocery store and of course our local - The Nashville Palace.
A weekend visit with college friends Mari and Rollie included a jam-packed introduction to the wonders of Nashville and surrounding areas. Mari and I started off Friday afternoon with a visit to nearby Franklin and the Carter House which was the site of a disastrous Civil War battle in November, 1864. Union forces were positioned at the Carter farm, Confederate soldiers attacked, and the farmyard ...
... Pride, the Everly Brothers, Jim Reeves, and Eddy Arnold. The tour guide was a young man who clearly loved the country music scene and was totally reverent as he explained the history of the room. We even got to sit at the piano that Elvis used to record many of his hits. The guide explained that Elvis wanted to buy this particular piano and the studio owner (Chet Atkins) told Elvis that he did not have ...