Days Inn Downtown/Nashville/West Trinity Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for a permanent place for Jones to preach. Seven years and $100,000 later in 1892, the Union Gospel Tabernacle was completed. It was named Ryman Auditorium when Captain Ryman died in 1904.
It became the Grand Ole Opry in 1943 and served as the venue for many events, religious revivals, jazz recitals, operas, ballets, political debates and even boxing matches. The Ryman became one of the southwests premier ...
... probably picked cotton not far from here. I feel a separation. An us and a them. I dismiss it. The drive back starts with some photos in daylight in front of the Casino. The Yellow Camaro looks great, and I drive out of the car park and straight up an off ramp - the wrong way! Jock, Jock... Mark is yelling. We make it up the ramp and I drive across to the right hand side checking both ways. So easy to do. The highway drive is great. It's a beautiful day. The ...
... in pigtails yee ha! We all head to the wild horse saloon for some southern food, beer and music and we were not disappointed the food was delicious, the atmosphere was exactly what I expected cowboys and cowgirls everywhere, line dancing and country and western music blaring from the speakers. After dinner we all headed to a funky, quirky karaoke bar were we downed and few bevies and danced to some rock music. A huge ...
... Our waitress was very friendly but left us before we knew how to pay so we just walked out. No, just kidding. We found the cashier at the front of the restaurant and left a pretty decent tip after paying. I head out the door to find I’m alone, believing Jessica must have had to use the restroom. The lady with short blonde hair exited not long after I did and she hung around on the street for a few minutes. I wasn’t sure if I should ask for her ...
... long day. The time change was deceiving and we were tired when we arrived around 4:30pm. After a rest and a snack and a couple of swims in the KOA pool. (This is a nice KOA by the way.) We saddled back up and headed into downtown Nashville. The kids quickly found an over the top candy store and bought lots of high fructose sweetened goodies. Then we walked on 2nd Ave until we found the Wildhorse Saloon. What ...