Nashville Hotel at The Crossings
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... Lenny and myself, Elaine decided to stop by. The beer was fine, the cover band was okay but the moves were amazing. We thought it best to end on a high note, called it an evening and headed back to Brianna’s.
Our late Friday night was followed up with a late and very slow start to our Saturday. We decided a greasy meal that included a fried component was the best course of action. Luckily Lenny knew just the place, The Pharmacy it was. ...
... see some of the venues in the city which had featured in the show. My fab best friend Cath had booked us on a 'Nashville Sights' tour taking us around all the places of interest which had formed the show. It was a brilliant way to spend a Sunday afternoon if more for the comedy value than the myriad of amazing sights we saw! We should have realised that as about 75% of the show is filmed inside a studio there's probably not much to see around the town but ...
... her she was a great friend of Dolly Parton. I was a bit disappointed with the tour. The first part consisted of standing in a room with photos of 12 famous country music artists charting the history of who had recorded at the studio. The guide then played music from each of them and telling us anecdotes about them which usually involved some personal connection she had with them or their family or their friends. There was a great poster ...
... House. It was a working plantation at the time, and they added more acreage over the years. The first version of their home was torn down to build the second version. That burned and the third version is what we see today. The General and Rachel didn't have any children of their own, but were foster parents to 19 children and adopted one so that they would have an heir. Rachel died during the first year of his presidency, but ...
... was to fit a missing 10 cent washer.
Next day was opening Olympics ceremony day, so we did some visiting, some shopping and then settled with pizzas and beer to watch the UK spectacular. It started at 6.30 in the US and was finished in the UK by then,so I must admit I'd taken a look at BBC news channel just so I could relax and know it had all gone well. Have to admit, that I seriously missed good old London at that time and am proud of it!