Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport
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... lights were brought up and we were given the opportunity to go into the technical booth and see the equipment that recorded thousands of hits. It was incredible to think about the stars that had passed through this very space, putting their hearts and souls into the recordings that made them superstars. Finally, we enjoyed the piece de resistance. The gleaming Steinway grand piano, which sat in the corner of the studio, was opened up for us to play. This was the piano that Elvis sat ...
... motel just a few hours from my parent's place in South Carolina, where I will be tomorrow.
I took a bunch of pictures and I have some video as well. I'll be working on processing the video tonight but I probably won't post it on this travel blog site as they compress the hell out of video and it ends up being extremely low quality, but I'll try to post links or something to my Youtube channel.
Tomorrow, South Carolina!!!!
... 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 ...
... go back here again. I liked the place a lot.
Alittle off the beaten path of Broadway but worth the walk..near the Johnny Cash ...
... buy music from 39 of them (there was one woman whose screeching lasted 5 awkward minutes). We were sat on a table with 4 other guys, who each in turn got up to sing and drew rapturous applause. It almost encouraged us to stand up and give it a go, but I'm not sure Hannah's teddy-bear style crooning of T-Swizzle would have drawn such rave reviews. The highlight of the show was a girl aged 9, singing accompanied by her grandad on guitar (who looked like a yeti); jaws were on the ...