Courtyard Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... praline which was filled with so much sugar our eyes nearly popped out of our skulls. The sugar rush was well worth it though as we had to walk back to our car that evening and drive an hour east of Nashville to stay at a campsite that night. We were tired of night after night of Wal-Mart’s by now so we invested in a nice quiet campsite at Lebanon state forest. It was quiet and dark and smelled like campfires. ...
Today I decided to chill out, I made my way up to Centennial Park which is lovely. Do a bit of sunbathing and exploring. The Parthenon is huge, it's pretty spectacular. This is the college end of town, I sit and watch some college kids Playing ultimate frisby. Wrote a new song ...
... environment. Like Sun Studios in Memphis, greatness has been done in Studio B and it has impregnated the space, the stone walls that define it, the roof and floor that preserve it, with a cabalistic height that if nothing else is the opposite of fake. And, possibly the best thing, it is still a working studio. Anyone can hire it and record. The greatness continued taking in The Country Music Hall of Fame. A thorough, detailed and ongoing display to educate future generations ...
... for Broadway.
We had dinner on the balcony at Rippey's bar and listened to some good music.
Tammy and Barry couldn't resist the Chocolate Brownie for dessert.
We went bar hopping for a little while listening to some different acts and got the shuttle back to the hotel.
Tony and I was driving around Fisk University and we found this gorgeous old Victorian home located on 17th Street North a few blocks away from the campus.
I walked around the house ...