Hampton Inn Bellevue / Nashville-I-40-West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some traffic as we entered Tennessee and just took our time for the last hour or so of driving until we finally made it into our hotel in Murfreesboro (just a bit south of Nashville). We were happy to get settled in our hotel and relax for a bit and then find some Southern BBQ. We found a super place call Jim & Nicks BBQ and had a lovely dinner ...
... Music Row. Somewhat like the Broadway section of town, it made me think how cool it would have been to drive over to Music Row back when a songwriter could walk into a publisher with their songs on a cassette and actually get a producer to listen to their efforts. Back in the days when a publisher might hear a writer's song and say, "Hot damn, that sounds good to me, I'm mortgaging my house." (Yep, that really did happen.) It would have been without parallel to zip around ...
... and they became such good friends that he became the pilot on the Lisa Maree.
We left Graceland after lunch for Nashville. It was a long drive as we got caught in a major traffic jam on the highway.
We made it there around 5:30 dumped our stuff ...
... Museum, which is three floors of country costumes, guitars, rhinestone jumpsuits and lots of really cool boots. It was awesome but a little bit wasted on Dyaln and I, we probably only recognised a dozen names but enjoyed reading their stories and the history of honky tonks. Went for a walk around the town which was very chilled out, no one is really in a rush. Most of the buildings along the edge of the river are the original ...
... lessons and then have live music that follows. Libby marched right out onto the dance floor and got in the front row for the line dancing! Very cute. Anyway, we had a fun time. We realized tonight that we are no longer "far from home" (like when we were in Wyoming, say) at a touristy place like this was, when they polled the audience "Where are you from?. By the way, even though we are ...