Fairfield Inn by Marriott Nashville at Opryland
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... was some really unique items (but expensive) in that store, some of them on display from Mike’s personal collection.
A young man that worked there suggested we go to “Gas Lamp Antique Mall” to find some smaller items that I was looking for. After a drive through most of Nashville’s side streets we found the store and it was AWESOME! I could have spent all day there.
After I was drug out of the store, we made our ...
... bricks manufactured on-site with skilled slave labor, and completed between 1819 and 1821. It had four rooms on the ground floor and four rooms on the second level, each having a fireplace and chimney, and large central hallways opened in warm weather from front to back to form a breezeway. A simple portico was added later. In 1831, while Jackson was away at the White House, he had the mansion remodeled under the direction of architect David Morrison, ...
... at the Opry. Apparently the walk back is 76 steps!
We walked to Tootsies and it was there we had beer and Caesars and we watched an artist's recording session in what was the diciest/ dive of a bar I have ever been in. The walls are lined with photos of every music star you know or knew in your life time, dead or alive. It is fun. Off we go to another bar "Roberts". We had to stop there! Carrie made new best ...
Well today, we want to first, keep on relaxing. We had a little clean-up to do in the furnace area. Seems like some mice really thought it would be a good winter home. Surprise! Dead now! So much for a winter holiday for them.
In the afternoon, a little shopping at ...
Sorry for the absense from the travel blog, kindle won't allow me to copy and paste my big post about the last 2 days into this blog, I'll maybe transfer it over some other time, but for now you can read about hot springs and Knoxville on my Facebook wall.
So, we came in to Nashville both feeling pretty rough from Knoxville and decided that, rather than initially planned, every night would still remain kilt night, but that we'd alternate our drinking nights. ...