Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport
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... whole tour leading up to today had no issues, but the one day my wife is there, some stagehands rolls over my toe with a 400 pound video wall. As an update, nothing is broken just a little bruised, but it was ironic that it just happened on the day that she was visiting.
While I was waiting for a rock doc, the doctor that is backstage, I saw a few celebrities that I had not previously expected to see. One that I'm absolutely certain of what ...
... they are voted off. I heard that as soon as they get off camera they are offered food. My mouth was salivating thinking of all the fast food restaurants that MUST be at the end of the Parkway. Alas, it was not so but we settled on the first fast food restaurant we saw which was thankfully a Subway.
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This place is larger outside than inside. It has a large patio area that is enclosed but the bar inside is much smaller, but that is okay.
The outside is really nice area. I would definitely come here again. Peyton never offered ...
... guy on the front desk was dressed like Elvis – presumably dressing up is part of the St. Patrick ’s Day thing around here – and he got us all set up. The room itself is decorated in brown and mustard yellow and has guitar cushions….it’s totally bizarre, but at the same time, pretty cool. We settled down to bed after another long and tiring day, with another one to come tomorrow…we’re off to Kentucky in the morning to visit Mammoth Cave National Park! Deej ...
... costume displays, famous guitars, old posters and tickets, Elvis’s gold plated piano and Cadillac plus lots of old video footage as well. For me growing up in a country and western music household because my dad is such a big fan it was like a trip down memory lane hearing many of the classic country songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s and reading about all the artists my Dad loves. I can’t believe my parents have never been to Nashville they would LOVE it!
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