Nashville Hotel at The Crossings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... home for almost 8 years. We will start by visiting some Wileys (Mom’s Side) in Chambersburg, PA. There we will visit with my Grandma Ruth, who Amanda has yet to meet, and Grandpa LeRoy. Also while we are there we will get to visit with my Uncle Kevin, his wife Carla and their daughter Cara.
From there It’s on to Milwaukee, WI to visit Grandpa P and Amanda's aunts and uncles who live in that area. We will also be attending a tribute ...
... back to the bus on time to go back to the hotel to change for tonight.
We headed to the Grand Ol' Oprey and had dinner at Johnny Rockets before hand. On the bill was Terri Clark, Riders in the Sky, Leah Turner, Del McCoury Band, Billy Joe Shaver, Montgomery Gentry, Ray Stevens, & Charlie Daniels Band.
What a fantastic night. Lots of singing and thigh slapping ...
... house became the home of John W. Work III. A teacher and composer for 39 years, he served his alma mater by enriching the Fisk musical traditions. Director of the Jubilee Singers, Work III, a serious composer, completed more than 100 compositions. He was not only an acclaimed composer and choral conductor, but also a recognized author, educator, and ethnomusicologist.
We dropped the rental car at the airport (nearly went straight to the airport, forgetting to return the car to the rental agency - then got a bit lost). Then we nearly missed our flight while we sat in Starbucks in the airport and lost track of time. We had booked a non-direct flight with a stopover in Atlanta to save $70 - it was completely worth it because the total flight time (including stopover) was only about 3 hours.
... next big star, whilst in Memphis no-one wanted to be the next big star, they just wanted to play. Don't think for a second that in saying that I'm not a fan of Nashville...from everything I've seen so far I'm quickly falling fast and hard in love...and those butterflies are just bursting out again!
But to start at the beginning, the bus trip down from Memphis was an educational experience as we got to see in action the US process for releasing ...