Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport
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... have been singing great but unless you knew the song you had know idea what they were saying. The band was so loud it drowned everything out. Scotty Mcreary was the only one that used the whole stage. The others just stood in the middle sang 3 songs then left. Carrie Underwood sang 3 songs.
Wed June 10th I went to the gym today. I did a light workout but I did a workout. I drove ...
... was disappointed ( i think ) , same songs , same routine but absolutely brilliant . At the end of the show Gunn presented Doyle with a bar of Norwegian chocolate ...long story but she is now an official groupie.
The Wallenfangs and us then got a carry out from the local bottle shop before going back to our gaff for a good old natter and catch up . Probably 1 am before we got to bed , which is darned late for us .
... to the ultimate destination, and thought it must be a long way from the ticket office to require such a mode of transport. The bus drove us across the main road, into the gates opposite and stopped outside the front door - a journey of around 2 minutes. Not really sure what had just happened, we disembarked and were treated to our first views of the mansion. We were immediately struck by how small the place was from the outside. Compared to the modern day mansions inhabited by ...
... called the Grand Ole Opry House. This is where the Johnny Cash show was broadcasted from. We also took a detour and headed to the RCA Studio B which has been known as where the 'Nashville Sound' heralded from. Artists who recorded here included Willie Nelson, Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton and many more. I loved the live music scene around Nashville. There was music ...
... It took Andy most of a day to cover that distance in his one horse power carriage. Ol Hickory was a mixed bag of Americana. War hero from the Revolution to the War of 1812, he founded the Democratic Party and championed the welfare of the common man (white male) and the Union over States rights. But, he was also a proud slave owner and was called the Devil by the Cherokee after initiating their forced expulsion, leading to the Veil of ...