Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt/West End
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We flew with Southwest today to Nashville and it was certainly an interesting experience. They don't have seat assignments and boarding is based on when you check in. They have these queueing areas that you line up against in order of when you checked in. You then can get on the plane when your number is called and find a seat. We were surprised that when we got on we were still able to find seats on the exit row. Wade was happy about this, so we grabbed them and ...
... good country band in the bar and watched the Cougs and Mariners win their games.
9/28 Another beautiful sunny day for traveling. We headed south through Eastern Oregon via La Grande and Baker City until our destination of Mountain Home, Idaho, just south of Boise. We planned to meet up with our friends Rick an Cindy tomorrow evening who are on their way home from Eastern Idaho. During the night we woke up to rain pounding on our roof and wind ...
... were displayed alongside industry pieces, showing the two most important parts to his life. We were treated to a view of the wedding outfits worn by himself and Priscilla on their special day. Our multimedia guide continued to give us snippets of film, audio and photographic insights into his life. After more time enjoying the exhibits, music and videos, and strolling almost freely around the house and grounds, we came to the poignant Meditation Garden, the peaceful spot that ...
... under construction we encountered Captain America parading down the hill proudly carrying an American flag. The man greeted us with a “G’day, Ladies” and continued on his proud mission. At the corner we took a left onto Commerce Street and trudged the heavy incline towards Printer’s Alley. Reaching the crossroads a man working valet exited a parked car and shouted “Go Cubs” in my direction. He continued his friendly ...
... the song writing and signing areas. Song writing you say with raised eyebrows? Well most of the successful songs that I have written normally consist of no more than 6 lines or so and have been performed in front of a full capacity crowd, mainly in a car!! I have come up with some hits such as, "THE KNITTING COUCH", "1/2 I SEE YOU", "I SAW YOU GOING TO THE ZOO". As we head towards Nashville we decide to bust out some of those classic hits and I do my very best to come up ...