Extended Stay America - Nashville - Vanderbilt
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... America, home of the cowering behind a multitude of excuses and taxes, and land of the markup and squeeze. Dumb tourists. Thank you very much. We had lunch, and left feeling that we should have spent some time with the King, but instead we got to see how commercial his memorabilia has been since his death, and will be for some time. The Mustang started first time and with the top up we headed towards Nashville. Nashville is where we will end up... tomorrow. Until ...
... into town to enjoy the music we had come here to experience. Our taxi driver was a true Nashville local. He informed us seconds into our short journey that he was a songwriter, and proceeded to play the cd of, and sing along to, his own song on the car stereo. He dropped us off at the bar we had researched, Robert's Western on the Main Street of Nashville. We had finally found an authentic music experience without having to leave the tourist trail.
The band playing in the ...
... waited in lines outside the main doors. The camp counselors questioned which children had to go to the bathroom and who should try anyway. They entered before us and stood between us and the front desk as they were introduced to their assigned tour guides. Another couple who came in with us approached the desk to purchase their tickets and the women behind the information booth pointed to the far corner of the building. We followed them to a short line where ...
... evening in Cincinnati, Ohio. Over a few too many glasses of wine, we chatted for many hours about travelling and life in general. Those ladies made that trip all those many months ago and Elizabeth made our stay in America's midwest. It was so good to break up the travelling and spend time with a friendly local. The morning after that night of red wine, I swore I would never drink again. Quite obviously that ridiculous declaration wasn't going to last very long. The ...
... gems in the Ryman and Bluebird and another chance to uncover a little more of what Nashville has to offer outside the city limits. And thank goodness.....back on Broadway normal service had been resumed and country was back, louder and prouder than ever before. Another brilliant night zipping from bar to bar to experience all that was on offer, but lets not talk about the Moonshine....that will be the reason it's taken so long to write up this Blog entry!