Fairfield Inn by Marriott Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of joy and fellowship since we arrived in The States. It was priceless. The drive to Nashville was along Interstate 230 which almost takes one to Dickerson Pike, referenced in Hayseed Dixie's "Moonshiners Daughter" ditty, one of our favourite country songs. We booked into the KOA RV Park because of their consistent attention to keeping things right and proper. They also offer a round trip downtown shuttle for ten bucks. Next morning we caught that shuttle into ...
... back to the bus on time to go back to the hotel to change for tonight.
We headed to the Grand Ol' Oprey and had dinner at Johnny Rockets before hand. On the bill was Terri Clark, Riders in the Sky, Leah Turner, Del McCoury Band, Billy Joe Shaver, Montgomery Gentry, Ray Stevens, & Charlie Daniels Band.
What a fantastic night. Lots of singing and thigh slapping ...
... that we find comfort in the individuals we will soon meet. We thank God for each and every one of you. We thank you for your encouragement, support, knowledge, and advice. For without you much of this would not be able to happen! In Christ -Todd "Trust in The Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight." --Proverbs ...
... recorded with the Beatles. They got the crowd so energised, and they looked like they were just having fun.
To cap off the night, we took a taxi back into town and inadvertently stepped into the cab of the second coolest person we've ever seen. Rudy used to be a session musician with Johnny Cash and Derek & The Dominoes. He told us stories about Eric Clapton coming to Nashville and being "smoked" by dozens of other guitarists in town (apparently he hated coming back ...
Downtown Nashville at night is a really hopping place. We ate at the Wildhorse Saloon. What a hoot. It's a bar, restaurant, dance club, concert venue, banquet hall and radio studio all rolled into one. Live music on stage was great and people were dancing all over. They even give line dancing lessons. Tom took pictures of our dinners and some of the 'guests'. ...