BEST WESTERN PLUS White House
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... he did. We got caught in rain and ended up drenched. We were going to go to Pucketts for tea since I had heard how good it was but no luck. We waited over half an hour for a table but still no sign of getting closer to getting tea we decided to go back home and order in. We are now just waiting for pizza delivery. It's been a great few days in Nashville and I have decided I love it. The whole vibe of the place is amazing and everyone has been nothing but friendly. It's great. Disney World ...
... they are both with their families in normal grave yard. Pretty eerie, but in glad we went. We also saw a lovely sun set from the top of a hill near his house....that's just about all the details I have. Had food bigger than my head.....again! Piles of ribs that Rossy G would have been proud of. I then headed back to Nashville, Kaleb, Jamie and Kalebs brother in law came into town to see me. It's really great to see ...
... of the male stars of the show and he explained the history of Studio A. Down a few more corridors and we were in the entrance which required the artists to check in for their shows. Another video by Blake Shelton alerted us to the plaques of the Opry members on the wall behind us. On the other side of the room were the mailboxes of the members where they can receive fan mail. The mailboxes are in alphabetical order except little Jimmie Dickens parcel was near ...
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I am definitely going back here again and again!!!
I hope to see you there...soon ...
... 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 ...