Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Elm Hill Pike
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... of the Opry and country music. We were greeted by Kathy Mattea, one of the great women of country music. She shared a joke with us and then went back to her preparations. After a tour of the green room, complete with a marker to show where the damaging recent floods had affected the building, we were taken to the stage where we joined the family and friends of the performers. Here we waited for the curtain to rise on the show. The curtain itself was so thick that it blanketed out ...
... hostel, which took us along the river and past the enormous LP Field, home to the Tennessee Titans. The hostel was pretty big, and surprisingly nice, and in a fantastic location one block from Broadway; it seems they have somewhat of a monopoly on hostels in the city. Here, we met a few British people, and while George stayed at the hostel, we went exploring the town.
It has to be said that Nashville is one of those ...
... on the trip was the Belle Meade plantation founded by John Harding in 1807. The principal business of the estate was thoroughbred breeding and racing with some of the US's finest stallions in racing history bred at the facility. The most famous of all stallions from Belle Meade was Iroquois that famously became the first American bred horse to win the English Derby. Another piece of trivia...California Chrome can trace its bloodline back to Iroquois. At ...
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Wednesday, May 7, 2014..Tony and I was urban hiking ...
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The Grand Ole Opry is a radio show that started in the late 1940's, to showcase the best in country music to a national audience. Since then, the shows have grown bigger and have been moved, first to the Ryman Auditorium in town and then to the Grand Ole Opry House, a little out of town, in 1974. A circle of the stage from the Ryman was brought to the new building, so that the artists could walk ...