Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport
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We continued on through Knoxville today and stopped in Cookville for lunch. We ate at an all-you-can-eat restaurant called Golden Corral. It is after 9pm as I write this and I am still pretty full. After lunch we got back on the bus and by the late afternoon we were in Nashville, the capital of Country and Western music. We took a stroll down Music Row checking out all the bars blasting live country music out their doors all the way up both sides of the ...
... quiet. We checked out a cowboy hat and boot shop. Wow so many choices and styles. Endless!
We then parked and walked along Broadway where many of the honky tonks are located. We found one where there was live music and wandered in to enjoy a beer and some music. It was great. We finally saw the sunshine and drove some ...
... The video is released in the next couple of weeks. I bet we get cut.
Once we left, we were all pretty drunk, and extremely happy at the way the evening had panned out. We went to another couple of bars on Broadway, where I realised that paying for drinks is not quite as fun as getting them for free. With another coach journey on the horizon, I said farewell to new friends at around 2:30am, and headed back to the hostel.
Good mornin y'all and welcome back to another instalment of the Weekly Mash. Despite the disappointment of Paul McCartney's concert cancellation, we decided to visit Nashville as planned for the scheduled 4 days. Trace and I travelled separately as she was flying in from Kansas City post a work trip so we would rendezvous in Dallas Fort Worth in transit to Nashville. Founded in the late 18th century by two mountain men, the river port city of Nashville is the ...
... maple blocks and set fire to them, then crush the resulting charcoal into smaller pieces. We were also shown the spring which supplies the water for the whisky, and is the whole reason the distillery is located in Lynchburg in the first place. The Jack Daniel’s company has bought out hundreds of acres of land around the spring to ensure that it is never contaminated, as the world’s supply of JD is distilled at this one site. Laura kept refusing to believe that ...