Guesthouse Inn & Suites at Vanderbilt
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... easy and we were pleasantly surprised by the place as a whole. Very clean, friendly staff and a huge room, we were pleased. Now 11PM, we were both exhausted but the craving for a beer was too much to resist. The front desk advised us of a petrol station a short drive away that would fulfill our needs so we hopped back in the car and drove 2 minutes down the road before heading back to the hotel. We lasted two beers before we passed out, twenty four hours without sleep caught up with ...
... wall showing 50 Elvis gold discs. Couldn't get a photo of it 'cos there were 30 people in the room. After that we were herded into the recording studio. This was interesting. The focal point was a grand piano - the actual one used for most of Elvis' s recordings and the one he used to play. Val and I had our photo taken alongside this - great. Took photos of the instruments inside and then outside there were 2 huge guitars on 2 corners of ...
... blog finished. We returned home on Monday, June 11th. I unpacked and repacked on Tuesday, drove to Lake Travis on Wednesday to host my Women's Bridge Club annual weekend at the lake that started Thursday. Just for fun, here's our official annual portrait.
A final addition to this blog will be ...
... all around Music City, the Ryman Auditorium- where the Grand Ole Opry started and then downtown and to Centennial Park which is amazing. They have an exact replica of the Parthenon on the grounds. Hard to get photos out of the window of the bus, but it would be worth seeing. They even have circles in the sidewalk surrounding the park, 95 of them representing the counties and in each one is a time capsule to be opened in I think 2076 or some such ...
... playing. While the streets looked empty outside, the bar was really crowded and hopping. It had one of the most sophisticated stage set-ups that I have seen for Amateur bands. C J Wilder was the bass player and the lead vocalist and this was his Debut CD night. It was very original and my thought was that these guys take their music seriously,
It was lucky to walk into that bar on the tuesday night because it was a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking