Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville - Green Hills
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... by buying a pair each and splitting the cost of the pair we were charged for. $90 (less than £60) is a great price for my gorgeous cowboy boots which were supposed to cost $220 (aprox £140)! Now I've just got to try to keep my bulging suitcase shut... After a very yummy and inexpensive dinner at The Old Spaghetti Factory we went to the Wildhorse Saloon where I had a great laugh watching the rest of the group attempt line dancing, having missed the lesson ...
... The band played lots of fun covers and some of their own toons and lot's of folks were line dancing. Sue and I tried to do some dancing. I couldn't figure it out and sat down. We tried to get the kids to dance with us but that was a non-starter. We stayed in the saloon for over an hour before we decided to venture out onto Broadway. Ben told me that the singer looked right at him when he was asking people ...
... Garlic Knots...half order of four is only $3 and full order of 8 is only $5
Tony got a tallboy PBR for $3 and I got a coca cola. We love this place. Love to go here. It's a small location and always packed. The food is so good. Sometimes, you have to wait for a table but its worth it. Our waiter was Erik. He is very friendly. The check with taxes and tip was only $23. I can't wait to go here again...Noel will love this place. When she gets ...
... and the piano Elvis and others recorded songs on, the mood lighting Elvis had requested be put in which he would change from red, blue or green depending on the type of song he was recording. I was in heaven soaking it all in, almost teary as this, music, was my religion. I felt like I had finally gone to Mecca. The Studio closed their doors to commercial recording in 1977 a month after Elvis passed, which is pretty aerie when the decision to close was actually made a ...
... the 20th row.
We finished the evening by walking down Broadway Street (a main honkey tonk street) listening to various artists songs drifting through the clubs.
That's about it for tonight. We head to the Memphis area tomorrow. Memphis sits in the corner of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. We'll be staying on the Mississippi side.
Have a wonderful night!
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