Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Nashville - I-40 & 1-24 (Spence Lane)
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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 ...
... famous either lives in or used to live in. We get it. A LOT of famous people live here. I guess my favorite ones were Dolly Parton, Peter Frampton, Martina McBride, Waylon Jennings, Lady Antebellum, Minnie Pearl and Taylor Swift’s condo. It was half of the top floor and she even had ...
... amazing fiddle player - think jill got a good video of him. Then a 50/60s style band came on & played some of our classic tunes from childhood. After this the guys went home but me & jill carried on to the next bar & was it worth it - hell yes! The band were such good fun, all great songs not just country & we were singing our little hearts out lol! Sad to leave Nashville as we've had a really good time here ...
... of the show was dated.
That's all from Nasville.
Have been meaning to tell you in the last few posts about K's obsession with going to / driving in as many US states as he can, even to the point of driving the wrong way out of Memphis to visit Arkensas. We didn't even stop, just drove over the bridge and turned round at the first Interstate exit to come back into Memphis (Tennessee) to drive ...
... Maya was still under two and could go as a lap child, so we only needed three seats. If there ended up being only two, Scott, Maya, and Audrey would go. I have the most alternate options as I can jumpseat on other airlines if I need to. If there was only one seat, Scott would go with Maya and Audrey and I would have to come back in the morning to catch a United flight through Denver.
As it turned out, there was only one seat available, so with tears in ...