Nashville Hotel at The Crossings
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Steve and I fly solo today while the ladies visit a big mall. Were on the $10 shuttle into Nashville. We are being driven by the single most irritating woman on the planet. She talks incessantly in a voice reminiscent of Granny Clampett and nothing she says is of any interest. She's also had the gall to reprimand me for talking when she was. Imagine! 15.09 We went to the Country Music Hall of Fame, great tour with massive amounts of memorabilia for ...
$2 domestic beer in long neck bottles on Funday Sunday
May 18th, Sunday, Tony and I decided to Urban Hike today again in Nashville. So, after we made a few stops we ended up here...Winner's Bar and Grill on the West Side off Broadway near Vanderbilt University.
It is a Sunday and about 11am..so its not really crowded...A good thing!
Our Waitress was very friendly and quick to greet us, but didn't give us her name..We ...
... of good college football on the this day so ended up not even leaving the hotel. I had plans to go experience some nightlife at a club downtown, but after imbibing in a few too many beers watching ball, I decided that might be the best idea. Before you judge me, I believe most people would be driven to drinking in order to kill the pain after enduring the suck fest that the Gators put up on this ...
... Nowadays he is the chosen taxi of the rich and famous; among others, he has the numbers of Hayden Panettiere (star of Nashville and Heroes) and of the Black Keys (amazing band) in his phone, and he's on first-name terms with them and lots of other music stars.
After some excellent Southern barbecue the next day, it was time for our bus to New Orleans. I guess I could complain that on my actual birthday we were taking a 13-hour bus with 3 changes, arriving at 5am ...
... we spent on Broadway Ave bar hoping from one happy hour to another with live music in every bar. A bar called Tootsies was unbelievable mainly due to the bar being packed and providing a good atmosphere and also because the band playing performed the majority of their set on top of the bar. We also made our way to the bars in Printer's Alley which were quiet when we were there, but we could see that this was a location that would turn wild at night.