Extended Stay America - Nashville - Vanderbilt
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The plan for today is grab a quick breakfast and head back to <a target="_blank" href="http://nashvilleescapegame.com/" rel="nofollow">The Escape Game - Nashville</a> and escape "The Heist" room. After that, we head back to the hotel and enjoy our last few hours of the amenities the resort has to offer till noon and then grab a bite to eat. After that, drive the 8 hours it'll take us to get to New ...
... 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.
Well what a day we have had.. I'm certainly no Elvis fan but my god, what an experience and what a man and a waste of a good life.. There was lots of things I didn't know about him such as the money he donated for the memorial for the soldiers at Pearl Harbour in Honolulu.. Wow..
Dead at 42. What a waste!!
We we met another young girl from Australia (Adelaide) who was travelling on her own so she spent some time with us today, had lunch ...
... 8217;t other distilleries, as she didn’t think it’d be big enough to keep up with demand, but the guide said that they are building more barrel houses to store the mellowing whisky to keep up with global demand for the whisky. At the spring, there was also a statue of the man himself, who we learned was actually called Jasper Newton Daniel, and was only 5’2 – a tiny man! Next came my favourite part; where they mash the corn, rye and barley. The building ...
... do a little solo. By far the best was this 15 year old girl on the fiddle and singing. She had a really southern accent designed for country and she stole the show. After this I ventured back to Broadway and visited another bar. Then home to bed about 1am kind of tipsy. Was diffidently a massive slap in the face of country music that's for sure. And all night the only song I knew was Sweet Home Alabama. Ha ha. Off to Memphis today for two nights then New Orleans. Good week ...