Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Elm Hill Pike
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We scored 4 tickets to the sold out Grand Ole Opry Friday night! This is a live radio show begun in 1929, and a number of artists each perform several numbers.
You’re Crazy if you think I’m going to use a ton of song titles in this installment of the A&A blog. The printed version would weigh Sixteen Tons! We’re truly Thankful that our trip has been
So I had to leave Ahmets when he leaves at about 8.30am. Annoying but it is free accomodation. I head to town and have a coffee for breakfast at Green Hills, take a little visit to Macys and the drive to Enterprise to drop the truck off. Jamie Higdon from BBKings ha invited me over, so I head over to his and chat with about my album, his music lots of things really. He's a nice guy but it's very clear we are from very different parts of the world with ...
... to an Australian C******nay. Peter had a Bare Ass Blonde Ale from Baltimore MD. Hehe!! He couldn't resist the name.
We went upstairs and booked our Washington Hop On Hop Off Bus online for tomorrow. Took a quick shower then out for dinner.
We were trying to find Brio, a Tuscan BBQ Restaurant recommended by Aaron but couldn't find it. Finally decided on Uno Italian overlooking the Harbour after a nice long walk around the harbour at ...
Everyone was very seedy and slow waking up this morning. In addition to this everything was soaked and muddy which slowed down the packing process to a basic standstill. We ended up leaving an hour late luckily we only had a short drive. Our first stop was a necessary maccas run. The van was pretty quiet most of the day and everyone pretty much slept. We arrived at the Nashville campground just before lunch of we ...
... time no excitement awaited the end of our drive.
Lorraine found the exit out of Nashville, which escorted us past six or seven buffalo sculptures on the edge of town. We spent very little time finishing the trek through Tennessee. It was obvious Jessica and I felt tired, although the sun still shined down brightly. A day of rest in our own beds at home was all that interested us before we would desire another opportunity on the road. I left Nashville with ...