Embassy Suites Hotel Nashville at Vanderbilt
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Ok hotel, restaurant service was a bit crappy.
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... can't think why they would suggest that to us! After finding some wifi we booked a motel 6 around 30 minutes from the city and drove over there to drop our bags and freshen up. We headed back into town, me feeling a little less fragile than before, and after a recommendation from a guy we bumped into in the parking lot, headed to an English bar. I've never been one for going to English bars when abroad, but we thought we'd give this a shot. A London tube ...
... when they eloped. They married again once the paperwork was in order. This was used against Andrew Jackson when he ran for president. It was unusual for dirty laundry to be used politically until the 20th century.
Andrew Jackson did not win the election the first time he ran for president. We were told there was some deal that was made in Congress for him to wait another term. Wow, deals were made back then too. Hmmm… Anyway, he ...
Planning for our day started early. We are in the mood of course because we have been practicing our country twang and boning up on our country music. Yes Chris " Ronnie Milsap's Smokey Mountain Rain" is a good one. You name it, Robert has the tune. We also ushered in
Nashville with Tim Bradford's new CD "Drinking Alone", great stuff. Look out Nashville, we were raring to go.
Our first stop of the day was the ...
FREE to walk around and enjoy this lovely park. Located across the street from Hall of Fame..Great to walk around and just check out the STARS..!!!
Another driving day today. We are pretty much driving on a bee line for home. We figured on driving about 6 hours a day, find out where that will take us, and head for that location, but if we saw something interesting, we would have time to stop. Our goal today was Nashville, TN.
We had called Justin Nault, the son of one of the Members of the CEO Club, who lives in Nashville. He plays piano ...