Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Nashville - Opryland
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... and people milling about, where I join a queue for security searches. Once I get the all clear with an "enjoy the game!", I head straight for the arena doors, intent on finding a team store. When I do get in the door, I am handed a yellow "Prowl Towel" rally rag. Woohoo! Free stuff :P I still head to the store, and I buy myself a tshirt, but I forgo my usual team flag in lieu of my prowl towel.
My seat is all ...
... was served in an enormous portion of course. I had buttermilk pancakes, bacon and eggs and Wade had pulled pork with fried apples, sweet potato pancakes, eggs and homemade potato fries. This kept us going for the day that is for sure.
Seeing we were in Nashville we thought we should go and visit the Country Music Hall of fame and Museum. It is filled with all things country from the beginning until now. It covered how country music has evolved and ...
... lunch and music combination at Robert's Western, we raced back to the hotel to change ready for the main reason for us coming to Nashville. We changed into our best clothes, grabbed the car and drove out of the city towards Opryland on the outskirts. The enormous arena, home to the show that used to be hosted in central Nashville at the historic Ryman Auditorium, was our destination for the evening. We picked up our tickets for our VIP backstage experience and waited with the others ...
... on a late Monday afternoon. Most normal people are at work I suppose. We walked to a couple of other places and had some drinks, but none of the talent was really sticking out.
Then we hit the jackpot at Tequila Cowboy! Great band, food, and people watching. The band was the Brian Mullen Band. There was interaction with the audience, and the band really knew how to put on a show. We were able to contribute to ...
... The next hour or so was arguably the best karaoke experience of my life. The entire bar, which was packed wall to wall, was invested in every song (although I did have to carry a track or two), even Santa’s wife got on stage and allowed Kaitlyn & Brianna to accompany her on a few bars.
Although the karaoke was great the smoke proved to be too much. We left Santa’s and decided to make one last stop at Loser’s. Lucky for ...