Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville @ Opryland
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... to show her and some family friends around the backstage for a bit, and introduce them to some of the crew members on my tour. We were stopped in the middle of the hallway by Rick Allen, the Def Leppard drummer, so I could introduce my wife to him. We had a quick few minute conversation in which I introduced my wife and he seemed to talk highly of me to her. He did ask her opinion of what she felt about the tour and my being gone. She responded nicely.
... and move on. But on one stop we decided to hike down to Jackson Falls (named after Andrew Jackson). Notice I said hike DOWN. The hike back up about undid these two senior citizens.
We did stop and take a small hike to the graves of 13 Confederate soldiers. It was surreal to me knowing that right where we were standing the Civil ...
... br style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">The path takes you through two small tunnels underneath the roadway above and opens out onto a large lovely bridge across the river. I was able to take some lovely photos of the Cumberland River below.
... of the best museums I've been in as it has many original items, like his school report card, yearbook and letters written to friends from his time in the Air Force..
Another star from humble beginnings, who suffered adversity in his life and came through...
I had no idea he was an artist sketching almost all the time. He was also a tremendous supporter of the downtrodden... Native American Indians, Blacks, Prisoners incarcerated for unreasonably long ...
... Enjoy the park with a companion" ... where exactly was the hostel guy directing me to? But I felt okay with all the screaming kids playing in the fountain that I would survive. I think if it had been a weekend the market would have been significantly better but it was nice to look at the ten or so stalls and the permanent food court. The park was surprisingly large and covered the entire Tenessee state history on large marble slates that took awhile to read. That afternoon after I ...