Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt/West End
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Breakfast at Hattie B's - fried chicken....not just any fried chicken though! The biggest and unhealthiest breakfasts I have ever had. Went with Hayley and Mia and ended up taking the taxi driver too. Then hayley and I went and got a tattoo!!!! Loved it, ...
... us of stories of the stars we had come to pay tribute to. With her Southern drawl, the history of country was brought to life. She told us a story about Dolly Parton, who literally left her mark on the hallowed walls of Studio B: running late for her first recording, she drove her car into the brick wall of the studio. You can still see the discolouration of the brickwork where they had to patch up the damage!
As we entered the studio, we were taken into a foyer, ...
Music lovers will fall in love with this city; it's as if music flows through the veins of the people who live there. There are countless bars, and each of them have live music from the minute they open until they close. Buskers, who dream themselves of making it in the city of music, line the streets of Broadway. Even as we were wandering around on a weekday afternoon, the streets were alive with music, and ...
... heard Elvis Costello was playing a one-off solo concert that night. While there were tickets available, they were separate seats, but we thought it was still worth it so we bought some. We then continued walking up to the Capitol Building which didn't look as impressive as Madison's and it was quite hot so we decided to seek refuge. We found a chocolate shop for an iced coffee and then had a brief look at the Tennessee State Museum before the gates open for the ...
... place the Broadway Brewery was way too depressing and possibly one of the few places with no live music.
We popped into Honkey Tonk Central for 4 or 5 songs and one overpriced bottle of beer (which we would soon realize was the standard price around these parts) That was pretty cool but we had to keep exploring and obtain some nourishment.
We moved on from there to Merchant's (good reviews on yelp... no music but good food) We got in there ...