Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Nashville - Opryland
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... too, got her Skippy pat from Big Joe. Just as we were leaving he was by the door smiling, saying good night to folks. He shook Deanne's hand and yes, "Yessum, you sure can dance." High praise indeed. As we rode the mid-night shuttle back to KOA, Deanne and I both endorsed the wonderful time we had just had. "Sad to think," said Deanne, "but it won't be long before this is all a memory." I nodded. "How can we keep this alive," she wondered. "Only one way I know," said I. "Move ...
... We hopped back on the shuttle and went back across the street to the overcommercialised part of Graceland that has gift shops every 5 paces. They all have the same stuff so don't really know why each section has to have a gift shop. I have been collecting my pins from each place I visit, but there was about 4 different ones here that I couldn't ...
... before that we tried one other bar and a bar/grill place, where I tried balogna (I think it's baloney, like Judge Judgy says... I think!) Anyway, by all accounds it's *****, but I quite enjoyed it so that will give you an indication of the drinks on board at this stage. The band there were very enjoyable too - dodgy Elvis kinda character and Johnny Cash imitator on double bass. From what I now understand about Honky Tonk these are two essential elements! We took the tip for the band ...
... s, a Mexican restaurant, which was good. I had the beef fajitas. Dad offered me $50 to eat all of it and I couldn't. Stupid, tiny stomach.
Signing off for the night,
Greetings family and friends!
Our campground is less than 1 mile from the Opryland Hotel so we decided to head over there and tour that resort today. I believe there is a parking charge of $20 to self park there and see the hotel, but ...
There's a little thing attached to an air conditioning vent just above Kelsey's bunk bed, and every hour or so it makes a ridiculously loud noise that sounds like someone's using a power drill on a concrete wall. Needless to say, Kelsey's sleep was almost as bad as mine. She woke up to the noise, I woke up to have coughing fits. Somehow Kelsey still managed to wake up early and go for a big long run while I was in bed suffering. I've said ...