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Thurs Aug 12: Left Austin at 4pm, went 130 and the traffic was not bad at all.
Stopped for the night in Greenville at the Best Western Monica Royal - very nice. Big breakfast buffet, but was really not that tasty.
Fri Aug 13: Drove from Greenville TX to Nashville TN, ate dinner at the Royal Thai restaurant downtown. Stayed at the Best …
... and we ate southern fried chicken while tapping to a live band and enjoying the ambience. There were old bluegrass characters and others wearing their Stetsons as they toe-tapped to the music. One T-shirt inspired me: Gun totin’, God fearin’, football lovin’. We left to a flat rendition of ‘Stand by yer man’ by an aspiring Tammy Winette look-alike. We could be nowhere else but ...
... a show at the Grand Ole Opry. But book seats early or you end up sitting in the nose bleed seats as every show is extremely well supported.
If looking for rare cars, then Lanes Motor Museum is a must. Vehicles here you will never see anywhere else in the world as prototypes and never commercially produced. Also odd selection of motorbikes on display. Beauty of this museum is you can walk right up and around the vehicles so long as you don't touch.
... back, her and her brother put on a fire spinning show. Kudos to them! I would've burned my face off if I tried what they were doing. After a while, the night turned down and Matt, Freeze, and I took off back to the East side. Freeze left to take his dog, Tony, home and Matt and I went to Drifters to wait for Adam to get off. I brought a Lions Head beer cap with me (they have pictorial riddles on them) and the answer to the riddle was "nice to meet you." I wanted to give it to ...
... lights were brought up and we were given the opportunity to go into the technical booth and see the equipment that recorded thousands of hits. It was incredible to think about the stars that had passed through this very space, putting their hearts and souls into the recordings that made them superstars. Finally, we enjoyed the piece de resistance. The gleaming Steinway grand piano, which sat in the corner of the studio, was opened up for us to play. This was the piano that Elvis sat ...