Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Airport
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... the best of the
country music happens in a theatre called the ‘Grande ol Opry’. The original
building was flooded about twelve years ago, and the cost of renovation was
weighed up against putting up a brand new theatre a little way out of town and
luck was on our side because there are only three shows a week. And tonight was
just one of those nights it was on. The weather was still atrocious, but the
atmosphere in the small twelve seater mini bus ...
... favorite country songs. Weather here has been wonderful warm during the day and early evening then nighttime downpours with incredible heat lightning shows…
10/8 Our last night in Nashville was spend barhopping on the well known 2nd Ave strip. The strip has many small bars, most with a band providing different types of music. Many famous country entertainers got their start in one of these bars. A great way to finish off our adventures in ...
Everyone was very seedy and slow waking up this morning. In addition to this everything was soaked and muddy which slowed down the packing process to a basic standstill. We ended up leaving an hour late luckily we only had a short drive. Our first stop was a necessary maccas run. The van was pretty quiet most of the day and everyone pretty much slept. We arrived at the Nashville campground just before lunch of we ...
... costs $15 to wander the historic pews of the Ryman but if we wanted to go backstage on a guided tour it would only be another $5, so we paid the extra money. Our tour wouldn’t start for another hour and a half but the adorable aged ticket seller said our self-guided portion of the tickets were valuable all day so we could take that tour now, go get ourselves some ice cream, and come back for the guided tour. We partially agreed to her suggestion and began ...
... is also a fountain at the McNairy Spring, one of the main fresh water sources for Nashville ..I found that fascinating and then there is the memorial area to the original Sulpher Springs Bottom Baseball field in Nashville. There is some lovely chimes, also a world globe water fountain representing Tennessee location to all major acts of war and the mileage..Plenty to see and enjoy.