Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown
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Today I decided to chill out, I made my way up to Centennial Park which is lovely. Do a bit of sunbathing and exploring. The Parthenon is huge, it's pretty spectacular. This is the college end of town, I sit and watch some college kids Playing ultimate frisby. Wrote a new song ...
... whole tour leading up to today had no issues, but the one day my wife is there, some stagehands rolls over my toe with a 400 pound video wall. As an update, nothing is broken just a little bruised, but it was ironic that it just happened on the day that she was visiting.
While I was waiting for a rock doc, the doctor that is backstage, I saw a few celebrities that I had not previously expected to see. One that I'm absolutely certain of what ...
... Ole Opry. Unbelievably cool!
Then after our tour we had a quick bite and went back to the Grand Ole Opry to see the show. The lineup was awesome – Terri Clark, Jennifer Nettles, Charlie Worsham, Bill Anderson, Josh Turner, Oak Ridge Boys, Trace Adkins, and Carrie Underwood. What a show!
... happens that 'Chili' is located in the Opry Mills Outlet Mall so what better way to walk off lunch than by shopping - so off we all went - I was really boring and had my nails done but the other three had success - shoes, clothes - the usuals. Amazing
Shopping is thirst work so off to the Nashville palace for afternoon cocktails and more live music.
... in 2 bars with live music. The TVs were full of news about the Royal baby born earlier today. The Americans were really interested in that - unlike us and were speculating about the baby's name - yawn yawn. Met a family who had been in this bar since the happy started drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon at $1 a can. Unlike us drinking bottled beer at $5 a bottle. I soon cottoned on. Pauline was convinced it was alcohol-free at that price. It wasn't. We walked back looking for The ...