Fiddler's Inn North
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... beef brisket, washed down with peach iced tea. A real southern taste thrill.
We followed up with a bit of shopping at a local shopping mall where we found a few bargains and then returned back to relax and watch TV and head off to bed.
Ozzi has been the best little traveler throughout and is currently snoozing on the end of the bed a I ...
... I totally got distracted and ended up buying a pair of cute, proper leather cowgirl boots. They are now my little babies - so pretty :). We then made out way to a little bar called Honky Tonks for dinner, where there was an amazing live band playing. Usually I'm not a fan of country music, but seeing them play live, I was totally getting into it. I even tried line dancing - with 'tried' being the operative word, in my new boots :).
... people yelling back at their waiters and just generally it was like being back at camp with all the kids again. They even make hats for everyone with abusive comments on them. I haven't laughed that much during a meal for quite a while. Once we were all done we headed onto a honey tonk called the wild horse saloon. We had one reason for going there..... Line dancing. Obviously a must when in the country music capital. ...
... back in the cooler and we checked in for the backstage tour and headed upstairs to wait for it to begin.
Our tour guide was a young girl who reminded me of someone I used to know. She had a heavy accent as she announced she was born and raised here in town. She went around the room asking where all of her group resided. An older couple came in from California, another couple from Montana, and a family from the town nearby who brought their cousins ...
... each segment, the announcer does the commercials. Applause is spontaneous and enthusiastic. Most of the 4,000 people that were there knew most of the singers. We just enjoyed the music and had a great time. Stayed for the entire airing, so we didn't get to back to the bars tonight. Tomorrow is Memphis with a different type of music. Looking forward to it and will return to Nashville sometime in the future to catch all of the attractions we didn't have time ...