Hampton Inn Nashville Goodlettsville
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... the place, sang a million songs, made friends with a bunch of local college students and made very good friends with a guy called Mark, an immigrant over there from Oz. So much fun did we have with Mark, he's due to join us in Memphis tonight, stay in the same hotel and share a taxi to and from town with us.
So, that was music city , music all day every day everywhere. Tonight is Memphis, but first it's back to bed for another hours kip before we hit the road.
It was a relatively short drive from Atlanta to Nashville (4 hours) and totally worth it. After checking in to the Hutton Hotel, I took Oscar for a walk around the neighborhood before heading out to Demo's Steak and Spaghetti House. No prizes for guessing what I had for dinner... steak and spaghetti, whaddaya know! The steak was big enough that I could save some for Oscar, who was relaxing back at the hotel.
After dinner, I walked down to Tootsie's Orchid ...
... 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 ...
... breakfast at a little diner she frequents with her friend, Tammy. The diner is just like you see in the movies and man the servings are HUGE! We only had a Blueberry Muffin with a hot chocolate for me and a coffee for Dave but I couldn't eat all of mine!
Cath dropped us at the airport and it was sad to say goodbye as we have had such a great time together - until next time, big plans in the works for a Foullie/Grossman family White Christmas in a 2016.
... of famous, famous country singers. First night agenda: National Anthem sung by the Oak Ridge Boys, then Tracy Lawrence, Luke Bryan, Taylor Swift (who was joined by Tim McGraw on a song and then, they were joined by Keith Urban on guitar for another song). The crowd was now in a frenzy –how would you like to ...