Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville @ Opryland
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... to get the tire fixed this morning which he said was easy peasy. He's a good man Charlie Brown.
We spent the entire day poolside having fruity drinks and burgers and swimming. It was HOT. I never go in the water. I was in 80% of the time. The water was warm too, so that helped. I could stay here another day. We showered and got ready for our Country Singing Extravaganza tonight. The Grand Ole Opry here we come.
What a fun night. We had ...
... sure you will kill on that first shot. You must follow the animal and finish him off if you merely maim him. Do not leave injured, suffering animals in the woods. To do so is to fail to “respect the game you hunt" and you are not worthy to be called a hunter.I was learning that not all hunters are rednecks out of the movie "Deliverance."
After the oil change we got back on the interstate (moan!) and drove to Nashville. Nashville was fun. We took ...
... and had a bit more of a dive feel but is also pretty popular. It had an old school band called Western Swing playing with a fiddler who looked to be about 80(he was awesome) and $2.50 beers (bargain). After a few hours and a few beers we wandered back to the hostel in the rain chatting to the friendly homeless people along the way.
The next morning we headed up to Puckett’s a home style southern style restaurant where we started our days off with ...
We walked through the Farmers Market on our way to Downtown Nashville, a short 20 min stroll.
We had lunch at the Tootsies World Famous Orchid Lounge,which is a Honky Tonk Bar located on Broadway, Nashville. We shared Nachos & beer listening to country music live and singing along. The singer did a rendition of Slim Dusty's "I've Been Everywhere Man". The whole show was being streamed live on Tootsies.net ...
... getting West fairly quickly, I usually don't stress about it and leave it in the hands of the Most High.
So I'm walking around a winding corner of Nashville, when this man comes up to me, at first from what he said to me, I figured I must look like I'm homeless and need help, and really I did. He said there was a woman he new, a friend of his who could possibly help me get a ride out of town. We both continued to walk ...