Brentwood Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After years of dreaming and months of planning, our California Adventure is quickly approaching! Traveling, camping, and experiencing educational activities growing up are some of my fondest memories. We have been blessed to experience several wonderful trips with Lawton and Carolina already, and our wishful list of future trips is quite long! Taking a cue from Sara, we want to savor every possible opportunity that we can with our family. When I count how many summers ...
... but the house band and backing singers are the best session musicians in Nashville and all the acts are brilliant. If any one is a bit dull they're off in two songs and on we go. We saw a great bluegrass band, a patsy cline like singer, Ricky Scaggs, Ry Cooder and some vintage country stars like Connie Smith and Bill Anderson. Variety and slick professionalism was the order of the day. Two hours plus of great fun and brilliant music and we now can say ...
... where we left it we hop in and drive around the town, perhaps we were hoping to spot Taylor Swift. After turning down a few streets we come across the campus of Vanderbilt University. The area was very pretty and looked like a safe clean community. A few vintage shops completed the rest of the main drag. There wasn’t anything of particular interest open this early so we changed our course and headed towards downtown.
A few blocks over we decided ...
... there! I honestly didn’t pack a glitzy outfit for it but hopefully they won’t turn us away at the door. Well, I just got back from the Awards Show. It was all I had hoped for… and more. And I worried needlessly about being turned away. The peasants in the nose bleed section were dressed very touristy.
It was so ...
... as the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892; it later became the home of The Grand Ole Opry, a radio show broadcasting from 1943-1974. After that, it fell into disrepair until Emmy Lou Harris and her band performed there in 1992, sparking a renewed interest in the auditorium's history.
I could almost hear Minnie Pearl shouting ...