Fiddler's Inn North
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... Thai Pad" something like that...lol!!! It's a rice noodle dish with bean sprouts, corn, chicken, cilantro and thai spices..she asked me if I wanted spicy, regular or authenic thai spicy..I said give me authenic thai spicy...she said "REALLY"..and I said YES ..she said "YOU SURE?"..I said..oh yeah I like spicy..Noel went with a PHO Soup with wide rice noodles, chicken and pork with spices..very yummy...when they brought the large bowl of soup we were like "OMG"...this Very ...
... Donna and Ron) in the bar, they were from Arizona and knew how to party. We spent the night with them dancing and laughing, having shots called 'fire balls', which knocked me on my behind.
We had the most amazing night out in Nashville with great company and incredible live country music.
Feeling very worse for ware and struggling to function, we had breakfast and took a visit to The Grand Ole Opry. Dane and ...
... Great price...so Tony ordered his favorite...can you guess...??? Budweiser
I ordered a soda...we looked through the menu (very simple two sides only) but we opted not to eat here. We already decided on Five Points on the other side of town..
The music was casual rock and country blend..nothing major. They allow smoking inside and out on the patio...a plus in Tony's book. They have on street parking (if you can grab a spot) and ...
... fight germs, and we got to shoot the germs with laser guns. Karena liked the moon walk. They hooked us up to a harness, and every time we tried to take a step, we would bounce way up high in the air as if there was not much gravity.
Nashville also has an art museum, the Tennessee State Museum (an excellent place to learn about the US Civil War), and the Nashville Parthenon, which looks just like a ...
... his voice. We learned about the Ryman Auditorium (the Old Grand Ole Opry), the bar right across the alley where stars went to jam and get refreshments while on break, the Rainbow Room where rising stars were given the chance to play, Ernest Tubbs record shop, and MANY other tidbits of info.
This is highly recommended by us.
We had lunch at Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant on ...