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... collect our GPS. Well I'm terribly sorry sir but there's been a big mistake. Pardon? Yes isr, we have another booking that we received today for a pickup at 12.00pm. And as your booking was yesterday and expired. PARDON? What sort of Mickey Mouse Company are you running here? I'm sorry sir. Sorry? I was furious. So you're telling me a booking from yesterday would take precedence over a booking prior to that. I don't make the rules sir. I'm going back downstairs! ...
Of course after I posted the blog for the night before, the COOLEST THING HAPPENED! I ended up running into TAYLOR HAWKINS from the FOO FIGHTERS! Yeah, like I literally ran into him. He spoke to me. It was amazing. Taylor saved London for me. :)
I woke up early to head to the airport. There's nothing exciting to report from today; no delays, no crazy situations, which made me happy. I watched a few movies on the way home, but did a lot of thinking about ...
Nashville is a truly awesome city. We didn't really know what to expect except lots of country music, and that we found.
Walking down Broadway Street is a very cool experience. There's loads of bars and restaurants all with a live band or solo singer, boot shops selling the most fabulous cowboy and cowgirl boots, clothing shops stocked with everything you need for that real southern look and giant neon signs outside every bar.
... there is no place like it. I can’t believe I waited almost 60 years to come here.
course we saw the other side of Nashville too. We took a tour of the “Home of the Stars” this morning. It was a little long because the driver took us to every home in Nashville ...
... one of the best gigs we'd ever been to. All of the musicians were immensely talented, and the line-up included the most recorded bass player of all time, Michael Rhodes. He may have been the coolest person we've ever seen. We googled him after the show, and they weren't lying - he's recorded with the likes of Johnny Cash, Elton John, Dolly Parton and Sting, and so many more. There was also a special guest in the audience who got up to play, a piano virtuoso called John Jarvis ...