Comfort Inn Nashville / Opryland Area
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... probably picked cotton not far from here. I feel a separation. An us and a them. I dismiss it. The drive back starts with some photos in daylight in front of the Casino. The Yellow Camaro looks great, and I drive out of the car park and straight up an off ramp - the wrong way! Jock, Jock... Mark is yelling. We make it up the ramp and I drive across to the right hand side checking both ways. So easy to do. The highway drive is great. It's a beautiful day. The ...
... an extra day to give these bars a proper review.
The hotel is massive and reminded me a lot of a Vegas hotel, with everything you could ever want in it. You could stay there a week and eat at a different restaurant every night.
Finally there was time for the Sachs to give us another beating at crazy golf. We are now 2-0 down and Les really needs to raise her game. I can't keep carrying the both of us :)
... Tonk Row, Bicentennial Mall, Farmers Market and the Pathenon. We also went on an inside tour of the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. A very informative afternoon and our driver was very funny and entertaining. We will have a quiet day today and take a tour bus downtown for the evening and enjoy Honky Tonk ...
... a lofty $20, and neither Kelsey or myself were too interested in the origins of country music or bluegrass (I know, sacrilegious in Nashville) so we decided to walk over to the Nashville Farmers Market instead. It really did look a lot closer on the map though. And wouldn't you know it, as we were passing the bars on Broadway just after 10AM, the live music had already started. After another hour or so of heat exhaustion and coughing ...
... in their suite. Marsha attended the baby shower - incidentally, the largest, most elaborate baby shower she had ever conceptualised - at a beautiful mansion in the Nashville suburbs with dark wood panelling, multiple entertaining rooms, a pool, and a pool table.
Don, Brendan and Marsha linked up afterwards at a bar with live music and bottled beers. Brendan had managed somehow to ...