Courtyard Nashville at Opryland
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The pedestrian bridge affords a terrific view of the Nashville skyline, dominated by the Batman building. We walk past numerous cowboy boot stores. And saloons, most with live music, even at 11 am, a few others performing just out on the sidewalk.
The tour of the Ryman auditorium proves well worth it. A hushed, somber and contemplative ...
... lunch and music combination at Robert's Western, we raced back to the hotel to change ready for the main reason for us coming to Nashville. We changed into our best clothes, grabbed the car and drove out of the city towards Opryland on the outskirts. The enormous arena, home to the show that used to be hosted in central Nashville at the historic Ryman Auditorium, was our destination for the evening. We picked up our tickets for our VIP backstage experience and waited with the others ...
Country music central! On the way over Chris took us to a hunting shop and all the lads had a go at holding some huge real guns which was fun and talked to the clerk about the gun culture. We arrived in Nashville quite late and Laura didn't feel well so she stayed back, as did Eva and Veronika. I went into town with everyone, keen to see ...
... a clean room but the sheets and floor still felt damp. We decided not to switch rooms after all, only one more night remained. I plopped down on the bed and pulled my computer onto my lap. While online I searched for restaurants in the area and around 8:00 p.m. we drove to the vicinity on the map that seemed to be full of dining options. I found a Cracker Barrel and knew there would be some good southern cooking as well as air-conditioning.
We got to experience the Nashville traffic as we ventured from the northern part of the city to Franklin which is south of the city. We checked in our hotel, Hilton Garden Inn, and headed into the quaint Village of Franklin.
What a cool town!!! We ate at Red Pony Restaurant, enjoying wonderful appetizers, entrees of beef tenderloin and shrimp and grits. We married the entire meal with a good glass wine, beer ...