Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Nashville - I-40 & 1-24 (Spence Lane)
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... br> American cable TV will know that American TV is a bunch of adverts held
together by a bit of the program in between. So every eight or so minutes, the
stage compare came on and told you all about the sponsors (pottery Barn or some
other name we have not heard of), for the next few minutes of the performance.
And while he was doing his spiel for these few minutes, the stage hands were
busy changing the sets and cabling for the new on-coming group. A huge big ...
... and set up camp before it started raining. We had lunch before heading into the Nashville CBD. We got dropped off at the Hard Rock Cafe which was similar to most others around the world. We had all arvo to explore the city. We started off by wandering down Broadway which is the Main Street. I've never seen so many bars, tourist shops and boot shops all in a row. Literally there wasn't any variety on the street at ...
The majority of our group was pretty excited to head to Nashville, myself included. We started our drive listening to country music for the most of it. Upon setting up camp we headed into the city. A lot of time was spent in a boot store which was selling boots with buy one pair get two pairs free. We then visited a number of famous places such as the Ryman Auditorium which ...
... tour immediately. According to the brochure, our first stop was to sit in the pews of the auditorium and watch a short film narrated by Trisha Yearwood on the history of the Ryman building. After a short lesson we learned this place used to be a tabernacle and the push to dry up Nashville during the temperance movement was one of the main reasons for the funding of the construction. Eventually the building became home of the Grand Ole Opry and the Johnny ...
... preserve and remind those who have made it that the heart and soul of the town is in its deprivation. Yet for Nashville, the sense that everyone can and will make it is reflected in the style, size and scale of the housing outside the city. Some truly exquisite properties including those of Dolly Parton, Garth Brookes and Little Jimmy Dickens but the most stunning for me was from jeweller Richard Small...an amazing $3m home in its own right but where most people have a ...