Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport
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... town past the Bridgestone Arena where the Nashville Predators play hockey. We also saw the Country Music Hall of Fame And the Ryman Auditorium. Fantastic.
A good day. We returned back to the hotel where we've spent the evening relaxing and watching a bit of Telly.
Merry Christmas everyone! Tomorrow is Christmas Day.
This morning I woke up early and had a nice little shower before breakfast. Now we have quite a variety for a campsite breakfast, but damn I wish I had some Vegemite to put on some toast or some kruskets :(. Life lesson - you never know how much you'll miss something until it's actually gone.
We packed up our tents and started packing up the trailer - it's like one giant game of tetris. We hit the road at about 9am, and headed on in to ...
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 ...
... costs $15 to wander the historic pews of the Ryman but if we wanted to go backstage on a guided tour it would only be another $5, so we paid the extra money. Our tour wouldn’t start for another hour and a half but the adorable aged ticket seller said our self-guided portion of the tickets were valuable all day so we could take that tour now, go get ourselves some ice cream, and come back for the guided tour. We partially agreed to her suggestion and began ...
... park and Sammy enjoying the ability to run and play (within the curtails of her leash of course)...several others were there walking their dogs, jogging and pushing strollers..it was really lovely afternoon..
I love this park..I always learn something new about the state along the Bicentennial wall...if you haven't discovered this lovely Nashville JEWEL..you have to go down here..walk and enjoy...