Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Airport
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After the long drive last night, we made it to the hotel at midnight. We got to the room and crashed. We slept in a little bit but got out by 9 as we wanted to be at the Ijams Nature Center.
We were thoroughly surprised by this little gem as it was really cool. Over 300 acres of walkways, hiking and bike riding trails with a lot of scenic vistas all around a rock quarry. We spent about 2.5 hours walking the trails for about 3-4 miles. ...
... so she wouldn't lose the money. Tom T. Hall, Roy Acuff and Faron Young were amongst them. We picked up a couple of tickets for The Country Music Hall of Fame and RCA Studio B tour, both for the following day. Then we walked round to the Johnny Cash Museum. Five minutes into the exhibit I reached for my iPhone and it wasn't in my pocket. Heart in mouth I started questioning myself, wait, did I actually bring it today or did I leave it at the RV? Or, did I leave it on ...
... heard Elvis Costello was playing a one-off solo concert that night. While there were tickets available, they were separate seats, but we thought it was still worth it so we bought some. We then continued walking up to the Capitol Building which didn't look as impressive as Madison's and it was quite hot so we decided to seek refuge. We found a chocolate shop for an iced coffee and then had a brief look at the Tennessee State Museum before the gates open for the ...
... ve never been to this festival, but the four day festival annually features in my opinion the best music lineup put together (except for maybe Coachella.) For example last year's headliners included Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Jack Johnson, Wu-Tang, Nas, ZZ Top, and over a hundred others. Even Bob Sagat was there. I definitely hope to attend one day!
I was tired from the last couple of days so I just ate some BBQ and passed out. What a great couple of days!!!!
... particularly enjoyed the 2 Nashville stars and a group called Sons of Fathers. Hannah had a dreamy look on her face during their performances, swooning in an appropriately 1950's way over Charles Esken and a rakish double-bass player. After the show, we took a taxi to a honky-tonk bar on Broadway, where the music and the bourbon flowed until the early hours.
Birthday Treat No. 2 came the next day, with tickets to see the Tennessee Titans against the San Diego Chargers. ...