Holiday Inn Express Brentwood Nashville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... band. After considerable lengthy persuasion ( bout 3 seconds ) Bev laid down her first country single, a creditable cover of "Walking after Midnight" originally sung by Patsy Cline. She's now done blues in Clarksdale and country in Nashville so that's virtually the Southern singing equivalent of a full house. We then went on Nashville 's Broadway and went honky tonking. There were people playing at about half eleven on the music strip. We drank at The Stage where a rocking ...
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It was so cool inside and with the both garage doors openings fully wide open and you would think flies or bugs...but NO surprisingly no bugs...I liked that so much!!! There ...
... site of savage fighting for 5 hours - 2,000 dead, 6,500 wounded. Our tour guide told two stories - one of the Carter family and neighbors who hid in the basement and also the fighting from the perspective of the soldiers and generals. Franklin itself is a a beautiful town with many homes on the historic register. Saturday morning we relaxed on the Wussow's beautiful deck and I had a chance to ...
The entire family made the trek to Nashville to enjoy a Christmas concert at the Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. We got into town just before rush hour traffic hit--in time to enjoy a snack at Dunn Bros. Coffee. It was actually not too cold outside, which was a good thing since the hotel was a few blocks from the auditorium. The concert was stupendous! What a great way to get in the Christmas ...
The museum was a great space with a lot of interactive exhibits and videos where you were able to listen to his music everywhere. A number of people had donated articles that Johnny Cash had given them along with his letters. They even had a wall from his house taken from his house and rebuilt in the museum.
Zach thought it was great as he could listen to Ring of Fire over and over with big headphones from one of the exhibits near the ...