Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville @ Opryland
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... ridiculous!!! The escalator we had ridden up and down and now down again. There was a long queue at Dollar. The guy who rented the car could see me. Jock went outside and had a cigarette. I was smoking inside. The Dollar man was about 30 cents, and by the time I got to the counter a dime was more shiny, I'd had time to think. Time to construct that thing you'd wish you'd said. Time to think about clever and cutting responses. The ones you don't recover from. I was ...
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This was simply unforgettable. Not only because of the amazing things I saw, but for the experiences as well. I feel like I really tested myself in the areas I'm uncomfortable with. Surprisingly to most, the traveling alone part wasn't weird for me. It was the eating alone part. The doing things that weren't planned part. These put me way outside my comfort zone. But I did them anyway...and ya know what?
I lived to tell the tale.
... talent in Nashville is phenomenal, even the buskers sound like they should have a record deal.
We had dinner and a few drinks at this cool bar where we listened to a couple (female and male) doing acoustic country music - they were brilliant.
Because Nashville is full of incredibly talented musicians they work off of tips only. The bars don't charge a cover fee or pay them so the only money they make is from tips. Thats a tough ...
... famous either lives in or used to live in. We get it. A LOT of famous people live here. I guess my favorite ones were Dolly Parton, Peter Frampton, Martina McBride, Waylon Jennings, Lady Antebellum, Minnie Pearl and Taylor Swift’s condo. It was half of the top floor and she even had ...
We chilled in the morning in the hotel and spent some time researching options for travelling to Memphis. Decided against the greyhound bus and managed to book a Hertz rental car instead for the following day. We took the bus out to Opry Mills mall. On the way we past the Grand Ole Opry complex - huge! The sisters and I split up and did our own thing eventually meeting up in the food hall. ...