Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt/West End
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We drove from Alabama into Tennessee, (4th state visited on this trip because we had to drive through Mississippi as well) and into Nashville. I was lucky to find a hotel within walking distance to Vanderbilt campus. Eric wanted to first see The Commons, which is the area where the dorms, cafeteria, and social areas where Cameron will live next …
... a sports arena, it was recently purchased and developed by the Bass Pro Shop owner. It houses a huge Bass Pro Shop, a hotel, the Ducks Unlimited Water Fowling Heritage Center Museum, a 32 story high outdoor observation tower and a realistic indoor Cypress Swamp habitat inhabited by live ducks, catfish, sturgeon and alligators. I had decided to stay at the RV park to do a little laundry ...
... the I-40 at the south end of Knoxville. Once there we took the I-40 west toward Nashville. It was partly cloudy skies for most of the trip. The highway along the route has at least two lanes, and more in the urban areas. We noticed a change in the terrain in that there were still plenty of trees, but there was much more open areas and the terrain there was more rolling hills. Several areas of the highway were carved out of the hills and were lined with ...
... But once
inside, the atmosphere and staff are warm and inviting. And a few minutes after
we arrived the band showed up on stage and started playing. The music is
fabulous, particularly because one member, the drummer is from the original band
and is still playing. I know the video is not good, and that’s because of the
lighting, but I can truly recommend anyone to go to it for a fabulous evening.
And now for the ‘piece de resistance’, ...
... into the hands of the person who created the magic and know they're getting some reward for all their effort and commitment - even if it was only £10 - I would have paid 10 times more.
It could be argued that the main reason my nerves were on fire and the hairs on my neck were bristling had nothing to do with the music but the fact that Charles Esten, also known as the very delicious and brooding Deacon from Nashville the TV series was sitting about 2 seats away ...