Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Nashville
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After lunch (where it was actually hot), it started completely pouring down on the way to the hostel. Ironically, our guide Kate's 'rainy drive' music is the beach boys, so we sung along to Cocomo for a while :). We soon made it to the hostel, which was actually really nice and funky. It was super exciting to have a bed to sleep in though, so I am definitely going to sleep well tonight.
We headed out to ...
... people yelling back at their waiters and just generally it was like being back at camp with all the kids again. They even make hats for everyone with abusive comments on them. I haven't laughed that much during a meal for quite a while. Once we were all done we headed onto a honey tonk called the wild horse saloon. We had one reason for going there..... Line dancing. Obviously a must when in the country music capital. ...
... eventually with a magnifying glass at her side.
The Ryman was everything to do with grandma’s house, including the sounds, the feel, the happiness as you sat in those 100 plus year old pews (that even smelled like the pages of the old books adorning her bookshelves on the front porch). Flashbacks of old Opry shows appeared in my mind as I carefully studied the donated artifacts spread throughout the facility. I could smell the aroma coming ...
... There is a historical market:
The cornerstone was laid Sept. 19, 1877, by President Rutherford B. Hayes
on the first visit of a president to the South since the Civil War.
... 16.6200008392334px;">The prices are too high for me to enjoy. I love hot dogs, these are okay..but too high in cost..they could make so much more money if they would lower their prices...more people would come and more people would buy more if the prices were cheaper.