Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville / Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... rose up to 47 F which made us very happy. We even had to put on the sunglasses! We past Fort Knox along the way as well as the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. Two notable historic places.
As we drove further, past Louisville, we decided to take a break and wander around in a Kentucky Flea Market. Well they had all manner of things for sale. ...
... in the round this evening. Eight Ball is quirky, his name, his songs, his style. He once sported a big red beard which thankfully he's lost. He looks 15 years younger and is playing with unhesitant confidence. Before catching the shuttle home, Deanne and I rounded the evening off nicely by dropping into "The Bootleggers Inn" for a nightcap. "Two shots of apple pie moonshine, thank you ma'am!" "Comin' right up!" It was good. RCA Studio B is over in a part of town ...
... made went gold or platinum. Not sure how many songs he recorded.
Then comes the costume room. There was a lot of the clothes he wore in his movies. But the best thing was all the costumes with the big collars and capes that he wore on stage. They were all hand made and beaded. Gawdy but beautiful at the same time.
... Opry Hotel which was like an entire ecosystem built inside a hotel. It reminded me of Bio-Dome but with restaurants and hotel rooms. We had a look around and got to see a fountain show while we had a drink. We walked back to nearby our hotel for dinner, only in Nashville you don't have to walk in silence, every traffic light seemed to have a music box next to it pumping out country tunes.
Next day we checked out the ...
... do a little solo. By far the best was this 15 year old girl on the fiddle and singing. She had a really southern accent designed for country and she stole the show. After this I ventured back to Broadway and visited another bar. Then home to bed about 1am kind of tipsy. Was diffidently a massive slap in the face of country music that's for sure. And all night the only song I knew was Sweet Home Alabama. Ha ha. Off to Memphis today for two nights then New Orleans. Good week ...