Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Nashville - Opryland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... see someone go past you in town. Highway driving is different. It's like one huge ********. An ear flappingly good ******** but nonetheless you become a crash test dummy in a wind tunnel!!! 80mph with the top down! It's cold. Its loud. It's not conducive to driving long distances with. We made it to Grace Lands... Then we had to secure the top for security reasons, but decided that was the end of being topless. Unless we get to a city where we can drive about ...
A wonderful time had at the Grand Ole Opre listening to some older country artists mixed with younger up and coming singers. Earlier in the day we enjoyed a stroll up and down the main street of Nashville listening to the sounds of young artists performing in the bars we passed. We stopped ay one to enjoy some live music as we ate a late ...
... we waited for our dinner. I did dance a little at the sideline, it was too good music and atmosphere to resist! I did feel a little smug when I asked two of the girls what the big letters on their hands were for - apparently I must look over 21 because the door staff didn't ID me and write on my hand to show that I was underage, yet they did for two of the girls in our group! Nashville I will miss you, but I intend to bring myself and my boots back to you one ...
Today we decided to sleep in since it’s a non- traveling day and we didn't have to be anywhere at a certain time. So yesterday, at the Grand Ole Opry we found out that it isn't the original Grand Ole Opry but rather the Ryman Auditorium is which is ALSO where the Grand Ole Opry still plays in the winter months. So, I’m like ...
... the Station Inn - a well known country music venue. This was basically a single storey shed with wooden tables and seats - very basic but funky. The place was full and we found the only 3 seats free next to a couple from Minnesota, Paul and Chris. It was the weekly bluegrass jam and there were dozens of musicians jamming along to bluegrass songs. We learnt that the cheapest way to drink was to buy a pitcher of beer for $11 and 3 plastic ...