Vista Inn & Suites Airport East
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... and I never got used to the humidity. I found the woods to be very dense and kind of creepy, but loved the fireflies. I have never seen as many football-field-size front lawns as I did around Nashville. John Deere must sell lots of riding mowers there. I had also never seen such huge neighborhood fireworks displays as I did on the 4th of July. They rivaled some put on by towns.
Our days were pretty much filled with ...
... meal across the road at cracker barrel, that I was unable to finish due to its sheer volume, it was time to kilt up and head back in to Nashville. The first and only stop on the night was Lonnie's karaoke bar. It started off quiet, but this turned into our best night yet. Karaoke singers sang from behind the bar, and usually got a great reception, until j sang call me all, seemingly Paul Simon is unknown to 100% of southern Americans. We made friends with ...
... fell asleep on the couch watching Sunday Night Football.
Monday was our final day in Nashville. We woke up, organized and packed as much stuff as possible and then set out to do a few touristy things. Our first stop was Third Man Records. Third Man Records is the record label originally started by Jack White in Detroit and later moved to Nashville. The grounds have a record store, the label’s offices, photostudio, darkroom and ...
... I will most definitely be back some day!
Oh and just to finish off the blog for today I'd like to correct the mis-perception that I am the shop-o-holic of the Reeder household. Prior to the Grand Old Opry we spent a couple of hours in the outlet mall next door. And during those couple of hours my husband managed to acquire a new leather jacket, a shirt, a waistcoat, 2 belts and a new wallet....I got a chocolate milkshake! Ok so ...
... the outside. What's nice about this area is that The Parthenon is located in a huge green park. There's a pond, people having picnics, and snow cone vendors! We got snow cones for $2.50. It was definitely a nice way to cool off from the summer sun beating down on us.
At this point, our 2 hour bike rental was coming to an end, so we decided to return them and walk to the Nashville Shelby Street Bridge to take a million more photos. This is a really nice place to ...