Fiddler's Inn North
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... of the Opry and country music. We were greeted by Kathy Mattea, one of the great women of country music. She shared a joke with us and then went back to her preparations. After a tour of the green room, complete with a marker to show where the damaging recent floods had affected the building, we were taken to the stage where we joined the family and friends of the performers. Here we waited for the curtain to rise on the show. The curtain itself was so thick that it blanketed out ...
... hostel, which took us along the river and past the enormous LP Field, home to the Tennessee Titans. The hostel was pretty big, and surprisingly nice, and in a fantastic location one block from Broadway; it seems they have somewhat of a monopoly on hostels in the city. Here, we met a few British people, and while George stayed at the hostel, we went exploring the town.
It has to be said that Nashville is one of those ...
... sampling everything, and were full to overflowing after about an hour! Satisfied, we caught a lift on a pedal cart to the Ryman for our concert, which also gave us some more relief from the stifling heat. The Ryman started out as a church but turned into an amazing historic theatre. We were told the acoustics are supposed to be amazing and Elvis Costello and his support act, a pair of sisters from Atlanta didn't disappoint. They played separately and together with ...
... morning, but after the last 3 days I don't think I'd get much sympathy. The smile stayed on my face in spite of the bus (and I rarely smile).
Finally, I'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who sent me anything for my birthday, or wished me a happy birthday. We definitely wouldn't have been able to celebrate so well without your help, and the thought that people are thinking of me from far away has made me very happy indeed. THANK YOU!
Next stop: New Orleans!
About 200 miles south west of Nashville on rte 40 is Memphis, TN. We have now riden directly across the state of Tennessee on route to Hot Springs. In Memphis, we are in search of Rizzo's Diner (a DDD location). Of course, after taking more turns than the Dragon, we find Rizzo's. It's closed! Across the street is the Arcade restaurant, the oldest cafe in Memphis. A good photo op..... Several movies have been ...