Mainstay Suites Brentwood
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tonight's digs are a little different. For one night only, we have booked to stay on a band tour bus in someone's yard haha. We thought it would be fun. It is, and the lounge area of the bus is kinda cool... the sleeping areas though are kinda basic, shall we say. Even a lick of paint might make it look/feel a little better, instead of just having the chipboard showing. It's like an episode of 'Changing Rooms'! It's also bloody freezing!
... about the cross eyed dog. 23.32 Well I can now die a happy man I have heard a Western swing band in a proper honky tonk where men in Stetsons do two steps with lady friends and the shirts tend towards the checked variety. John England and his Western Swingers were the band. They all wore hats, they had pedal steel, stand up bass, fiddle , guitar and drums. They could chuck in ...
... admitting his twenty plus years of being a Cubs fan. I joined in the timidity advising “maybe we will both be happy next year.” He laughed and asked if we knew where we were going and pointed us in the direction of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Fortunately, this jaunt was downhill and after two short blocks we reached our parking lot where Jessica placed her early morning souvenirs in the car. We crossed the street to the Walk of Fame ...
... 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!
A weekend visit with college friends Mari and Rollie included a jam-packed introduction to the wonders of Nashville and surrounding areas. Mari and I started off Friday afternoon with a visit to nearby Franklin and the Carter House which was the site of a disastrous Civil War battle in November, 1864. Union forces were positioned at the Carter farm, Confederate soldiers attacked, and the farmyard ...