Hampton Inn Nashville Goodlettsville
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... 16.6200008392334px;">Wednesday, May 7, during our URBAN HIKING in Nashville and pretending to be tourist..we went to the Music City Walk of Fame..this is a very nice FREE location in Nashville. Across the street from the Schremerhorn Symphony Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Bridgestone Arena..its location is AWESOME..
... E-E! I'm jes' so proud to be here!"
Use the link below to see Minnie Pearl and Roy Acuff.
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Continuing our walk through the city, we walked along ...
... of the red leaves as it it was the end of autumn. It was getting colder and colder the closer we got to Richmond, we had heard on the news that it was due to snow tomorrow but after speaking to Paul he said that it didn't snow in Richmond in November.
Arrived in Richmond in the evening and it is just how I pictured a traditional Americans family street and home would look. There were leaves everywhere. We were introduced to a few of Pauls friends who live in his house ...
... 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 ...
... br> I was soon headed further south to Nashville. I made a stop to pick up some beer. Say what? Well a buddy of mine asked me to bring some beer back from Kentucky. Beer that you apparently can only buy in Kentucky. It's called Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, and it's aged in oak bourbon barrels. Interesting concept. Anyway, got some for him and a 4-pack for me. Steep...$10 a four-pack. Stuff better be good!
I made it to Nashville ...