Extended Stay America - Nashville - Vanderbilt
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Saturday July 25 - Day 12
We have accomplished our ultimate goal on this trip. Today we crossed into Tennessee, our third and final namesake destination. Tennessee was so excited this morning. We had a full day ahead of us so it was up and on the road by 8:15.
Unfortunately we couldn’t get a picture of Tennessee with the state line sign; it happens to be in the middle of the Mississippi river as you enter into Memphis! We took ...
... Park today to go see the PARTHENON. Its a complete replica of the original Greek temple both inside and out. Inside is Athena the goddess of wisdom, she is 42 feet 10 inches tall. The building holds art exhibits Today was a display of American painters I very mush enjoyed going here.
Tonight I am going to the Wild Horse Saloon to see the Oak ridge Boys. I will let you know how that goes.
... all the venues. We headed to the Wild Horse Saloon and had a great night attempting to line dance. They gave us a lesson and we danced to the live band. It was a lot of fun and I throughly enjoyed it although I was under the weather with a cold. Before ending our night we visited a few others pubs and requested some songs from very talented musicians before heading back to ...
... Sunday night we hoped to catch a show at the Blue Bird Cafe, home to many a country star and a focus of the TV series Nashville. We got in a line up that snaked through the parking lot at 6:30 for the eight o'clock show. We were warned that we might not get in, but we waited and they were right! So, we'll just have to catch it on the tube... Now we're ready to wander down the Natchez Trace to Mississippi, a scenic byway built along an old trade ...
... lined the sidewalks around the arena, the sponsors had filled the concourse with huge banners, photo booths and adverts and fans were lining up in various Swift attire ahead of the big night...and it was only noon! Having breakfasted at The Pancake Pantry with crowds of Taylor Tots wearing red with sparkly hearts and 13's drawn all over themselves I'd started to understand some of the hero worship that this 23 year old commands over her ...