Hampton Inn Bellevue / Nashville-I-40-West
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... enough to block out the most annoying light.
Well, a little after midnight the neighbors apparently got home. They turned off the lights, but unfortunately they were fussing around and had let their Bassett Hounds outside. They promptly began barking and woke the three of us up in doing so. They barked enough that Harley started to answer back. I looked out and they didn’t seem to even notice their dogs were barking, and went about doing whatever ...
... Easter was the next day, we heard some Gospel that brought tears to our eyes, Carrie and I "lost it" a couple of times.
We talked about the show all the way home. It truly was a great way to end our last night in Nashville. Everybody has a little bit of country in them and the stories told are honest, down to earth and very entertaining. We look forward to following the careers of Casey James, Mo Pitney, Rhiannon Giddens, Chris Janson and Charles Esten. Wow!
... to southern food in Nashville! Fun fact: These places all have all you can drink Coca-Cola. So when I ordered a coke they just kept refilling my glass. We walked around the streets a little bit to help us digest and then made our way back to our car. We relaxed a little bit in the suburbs before coming back into town to enjoy Nashville on a Saturday night. It is called NashVegas and I understand why. The Broadway strip is ...
... of the time, and I regret that now. But they will always be very clear and vivid in my mind, and I won't forget the great friends I met along the way who took in the random girl from America. :)
2) Can't vs. Won't. I mentioned this a few days ago, and it's really stuck out in my head. The word can't is a cop out. Any time you find yourself saying that word, replace it with 'won't' because more often then not, that is the case. There really isn't anything ...
... in the round this evening. Eight Ball is quirky, his name, his songs, his style. He once sported a big red beard which thankfully he's lost. He looks 15 years younger and is playing with unhesitant confidence. Before catching the shuttle home, Deanne and I rounded the evening off nicely by dropping into "The Bootleggers Inn" for a nightcap. "Two shots of apple pie moonshine, thank you ma'am!" "Comin' right up!" It was good. RCA Studio B is over in a part of town ...