Courtyard Nashville Goodlettsville
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... the town for that. We headed down to the venue as the girls were keen to score a cheap ticket outside. For once our luck deserted us. It was a frenzy on the street courner with guys wearing big placards saying I want tickets. Prices where going at $250 each. We quickly realised he must have brought sexy back, but the girls weren't going to get to check out any of his booty shaking. This was fine by me!
The result is we got to experience ...
He Haw!! Into our second day in this country western town where honkey tonk music is being played in every nook and cranny! We arrived around noon and spent the next three hours at the Country Western Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Absolutely fabulous! Videos, movies, Elvis' car that was painted with crushed diamonds and eggshells to have a glistening color, and all sorts of amazing guitars, clothing (a whole hall dedicated to the dresses of Reva and Dolly). ...
... on the van - I guess we didn't do a good enough job.
Dinner is scheduled for 5:30, so we get directions to find the house, which is behind the bus lot and across a stream. We get very explicit instructions, including, "Ignore the seven "No Trespassing" and "Turn Back or You Will Be Shot" signs, and not to worry about dogs. Hmm. As we're driving up the lane counting the signs, we hope his ...
... a couple and yep they were very yummy. We decide that after dinner we need to walk off that meal and head back to the motel as it is late and we've been up for hours and on 4hours sleep as well. On our way we see horse drawn carriages going up and down broadway, they are beautiful and also the newspaper dispensers like we see on tv so had to take a photo of them. Tomorrow we have a comedy tour of Nashville booked on a big pink bus so time for sleep. We love ...
... in his body, it was not more than normal.
Taylor was a 40 year military man who was probably more proud of his military career than his Presidency. He was a military hero, not unlike Grant, or Eisenhower. He fought in the War of 1812 and many Indian wars. You can tell his military pride by his burial. The cemetery is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. It's a National Cemetery, one where all the graves are three-feet ...
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