GuestHouse Inn & Suites Nashville/Vanderbilt
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Sunday July 26 - Day 13
Time to see what Music City is all about and head into Downtown, Broadway specifically. It was like a Country Vegas but with old, incredible architecture. The lights, the stores, the music. It was incredible!
We walked around and took it all in, stopping for lunch at Jimmy Buffets Margaritaville (which was fantastic with our allergies). Next up was the Ryman Auditorium. It is an amazing building with an even ...
... explained that nearly everything in the home was the actual stuff that was in the house during the time the Jackson’s inhabited it. That included furniture, wallpaper, clothes, dishes, and other personal belongings. The flooring was mostly reproduction coverings, but they were of the same pattern, color and design as the originals. The wallpaper was imported from France and it is 180 years old. We were in awe that this much could still remain of the ...
We finally arrived in the city which was the main reason for this trip, Nashville. Not for the excellent food (of which there is alot!, Germantown Cafe, Tavern, Pancake Pantry, 312 Pizza), or the great music scene (Broadway, Ryman, Country Music Hall of Fame etc), or the indigenous wildlife (which we THINK was a groundhog, but we only saw ...
... two really amazing teams, the game was actually quite enjoyable. The fans were friendly and supportive (though it wasn't exactly a packed stadium). After the game you can easily walk across the bridge to the downtown area for more drinks! Final score: Titans 16 - Jaguars ...
... meal across the road at cracker barrel, that I was unable to finish due to its sheer volume, it was time to kilt up and head back in to Nashville. The first and only stop on the night was Lonnie's karaoke bar. It started off quiet, but this turned into our best night yet. Karaoke singers sang from behind the bar, and usually got a great reception, until j sang call me all, seemingly Paul Simon is unknown to 100% of southern Americans. We made friends with ...