Crossland Economy Studios - Nashville - Airport - Briley Pkwy.
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... into the plane. We think some people’s presents may not have made it, in one piece.
We opted to get the airport bus in at only $1.70 each for the trip into the city it was a bargain. We were staying downtown in a hostel as we found that a lot of the hotels were extremely expensive but the downtown Nashville hostel was in a great position and very cheap.
It was extremely quite at the hostel and we were the only ones on our ...
... of the audience beyond, but as it rose on the first performance of the night, and we stood enraptured on the edge of the stage, we were suddenly treated to the roar of the audience beyond.
After the first electrifying performance, we were escorted back to our seats for the remainder of the performance, and what a performance it was! Each artist, whether world renowned or new to the business was given the same amount of time. We enjoyed performances by the aforementioned ...
One of the most remarkable things I'm learning about the States is that each city is so different from the last. This observation was never more apparent than when we arrived in Nashville. The words 'are you' dissipates into the single word 'ya'll' and people here are noticeably more friendly. The city of Nashville looks like it's stuck in a timewarp between the times of the Old West, and modern times.
After a short walk ...
... or Georgia. I looked forward more to the stretch from the wheel well than the meal. Jaramie and I would always play a competitive game of checkers by the fire while waiting for our food. One Christmas his gift to me was a rug checker board he bought at the restaurant gift shop. When the food came we would fight over the wooden peg game on the tables. There was never a dull moment on our car trips.
Nothing excited me in the store so I headed back to ...
... which was a very nice addition, however it is rush hour traffic, and like most people as she pointed items out the car tended to follow her finger. I am not complaining just stating the facts as I have witness them. As we swerved our way out of Nashville, we fueled up, picked up Dramamine (in case Ruth decides combine driving and ...