Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
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... viewing a true piece of Americana as displayed through so many fine country music artists.
We took an added tour to a building on Music Row called Studio B. This is a somewhat nondescript building that houses one of the most famous recording studios in the country. While Elvis is perhaps the most endearing legend who recorded here, the studio was used by the likes of Dolly Parton, Hank ...
... seen, but according to Kelsey they didn’t represent ‘the real Nashville’ so she took us to one of her favourite haunts ‘The Stone Fox’. Here we were joined by Meredith - one of the previous days park goers - and we got pretty merry (some more than others). The night ended with me being a total gentleman, but that’s as far as I’m going with that!
On my ...
Today Dorothy and I went for a 4 mile morning walk while Murray and Bud took the Saturn to Discount Tire to get a new rim for the front right tire - not too expensive $68.00. After lunch at Wendy's, I did my mile swim at the club house while Murray relaxed at ...
... shops are. The bars are all fairly small but even on a Saturday afternoon have live music playing. They all sound really good. You can see why they call it music city. We had a look in a couple of shops. One just sold cowboy boots, hats and shirts! There was quite a few shops like that. We also popped into a sweet shop that was selling chocolate covered Pringles! On Sunday we headed back to Opry Mills to see Taken 2 (pretty good, better than the first) and ...
... keyboard) the Parthenon (replica) and the giant gold statue of Athena! (bit tacky, but hilarious and even a little creepy!) the public library (gorgeous building, with great pictures on the walls of old maps of the city, a gorgeous courtyard where you can sit and read and drink etc) learning about the Fisk jubilee singers and the Fisk university, an historical black university. The hideous statue of Nathaniel Bedford Forrest who was a Confederate general, and a ...