Hampton Inn Nashville Goodlettsville
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... similar to what we already saw at the various souvenir shops on Broadway but there were a few more particular items. To my surprise, Jessica needed a Coke and stood in a long line to make her purchase. From outside of the gift shop I tried to lip to her that she most likely would have to get rid of the pop before going on the backstage tour. She didn’t understand me and so I went in and advised her instead of shouting over the crowd. With a pout she put ...
... back to the
1880s. It became the home of the Grand Ole Opry in 1943 and continued through 1974 when it moved to the new location. Just like yesterday, we got to go on the stage and have our picture taken. I think I liked this tour even better than the new Opry House.
After lunch in the Back ...
... go back here again. I liked the place a lot.
Alittle off the beaten path of Broadway but worth the walk..near the Johnny Cash ...
... coat as it was to cold, while driving around it started snowing. I asked Paul what was happening and he laughed, I didn't. I had to buy a new hat as well, got a bargain $4 one.
I finally met Paul's mum or mom as they say here, such a nice lady, she gave me a massive hug just like a mother would, she works away in Petersburg a few of the days in the week but returned home to find a cooked dinner by me and Paul. I made the potatoes and Paul gutted and stuffed the chicken, made ...
... Tennessee plantation that was built in the early 1800s and became a famous horse breeding farm. That was until the late 1800s when the state declared gambling illegal, affecting the horse racing business. The plantation lands were sold off and then the house itself was sold. In the 1950s the house was purchased by the state and became a museum. Descendants of the family donated the original furnishings so now ...