Comfort Inn Nashville / Opryland Area
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Great service stayed an extra night
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... have hung in there with me over the past 4 1/2 years. I am finally getting my degree in Elementary Education. Thanks for any donation you can give. If I receive money in excess of what I need for the trip, it will be donated to St. Marys Church in Johnson City, TN. ...
... know who might perform or show up in Nashville on any given night. Last week Keith Urban gave an impromptu concert on the lawn in a park and then "honky tonked" his way through three bars with hundreds following to listen, damn wish it had been this week! We drove down passed all the recording studios and saw where Elvis recorded his 198 songs and where Sony is based, both were very close to where we were staying. The tour finishes and we get a bus ...
At about 10:30 we jumped in the Chevy to head back to Nashville, stopped at Sonic in Shelbyville for brunch, it's not really redneck central but you can see it from there. We arrived at the Country Music Hall of Fame about midday and went inside to check it out, it's a similar setup as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the instruments, cars and stage outfits but probably not as big.
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... Jones can be found. Casey was a railway man who was killed in a rail accident in 1900 but his excellent railway skills prevented any of his passengers losing their lives. From there it was downtown Nashville for a few hours (we do a tour downtown tomorrow so I'll have more to tell then) and then it was time to check in to the Opryland hotel. Vegas might have to keep an eye on this place, it certainly puts up some competition in the way of glitz and glamour, ...
... driver and he was full of stories about Nashville. He told us Nashville is booming - no recession here! Nashville's biggest revenue source is the Health Care Industry, second is printing (more Bibles are printed here than anywhere in the world) and third is the music industry - that was a surprise to me- I would have thought music was number 1. We met another couple on the shuttle from Florida (originally from CT) and had dinner ...