Days Inn Downtown/Nashville/West Trinity Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tour. We had pre-booked our seats and knew we had front-row balcony seats waiting once the performance had begun, but for now, we were taken away from the hordes of spectators arriving to take their seats and into the sanctuary of backstage. We were taken into the rehearsal room, where the resident band chat with the artists and run through any last minute preparations and then were were given a tour of the artists' entrance and lockers.
Then we were taken into a dressing ...
... barrel of whiskey, and a long story about women who use Jack Daniels in a whole host of dishes in the kitchen. If he had been pushing the product any more, he would have tried to sell us an empty bottle to use as a doorstop. He was also completely flabbergasted when we explained to him that the group we had come in were from all over the world, and had only met the previous day. He simply refused to believe that kind of ...
Noel and I decided to grab some lunch before hitting the mall...I hate going to the mall and fighting the crowd shopping, much less trying to eat..so we went to Nashville Palace for a quick bite before our RETAIL THERAPY Section..
... quite a while to a local, about Nashville and America in general and Australia in general. We have found everyone so friendly and willing to help. As we had a very late lunch, we headed back to our hotel room on dark and just took in some much needed rest after a big day. We didn't end up heading out again that night as we had an early start the next morning to Memphis. It would have been so good to spend a lot more time in Nashville, a city that we grew ...
... stage as Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks and all the old legends. For the performance we were seeing, a couple of the stars of the TV show Nashville (Johnathan Jackson and Charles Esken) were performing alongside a mix of classic and contemporary artists. The radio show format made it feel like we were back in the 1950's, singing along with yodelling geriatrics and watching square-dancers. The show was fantastic (yodellers aside, though she had a certain fascinating ...