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... and looked at all the beautiful plants and flowers throughout.
From there we headed back down to Broadway for lunch and one last walk through downtown. Brianna had recommended Sam’s Sushi. She described the experience as entertaining, delicious and a little scary, yes scary. Sam’s is a one man show run by Sam himself. Brianna explained that sometimes Sam decides what you are going to order, if you order something and he does not ...
... that you'd be doing the detail bit for us?? And it carried on pretty much in that vein for the next 3 hours - I didn't learn a whole amount but I did laugh 'til I cried and in terms of entertainment you can't ask for more!
One thing the tour guide did go out of his way to show us was Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. The downtown park was created in 1996 to celebrate the bi-centennial of Nashville with a 200ft granite map of the state, daily ...
... weekly gig and it would involve a lot of their friends and special guests. Cover charge of $12 each. I had never heard of them, Carl Jackson and Larrie Cordle. Got there early and looked around a store opposite '2 Old Hippies' This was a very eclectic looking place full of 60s style clothing and bric a brac but the highlight was an acoustic guitar showroom full of instruments for sale. I had to try some of them out of-course. I particularly liked a Gibson 5 string banjo but at ...
... of famous, famous country singers. First night agenda: National Anthem sung by the Oak Ridge Boys, then Tracy Lawrence, Luke Bryan, Taylor Swift (who was joined by Tim McGraw on a song and then, they were joined by Keith Urban on guitar for another song). The crowd was now in a frenzy –how would you like to ...
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