Comfort Suites Airport
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Back on the road and into Nashville.
Arrived around 3pm and checked into our room. Cheap as chips this one - $87 with free breakfast and wifi and located 1.8 miles from the city centre.
Met a lovely couple from Canada while waiting for the taxi and ended up starting the night with them.
First drinks at Tootsies. A 3 level old building with a bar and different band on each. Found our way to the rooftop ...
... did find were very cool. We stayed out at a bar called 308 I think? Anyway, it was good- felt like home a lot more than anywhere id been. We were joking with the taxi driver about being The United Nations because of our mixed origins. We also had a German girl (Lisa) With us. The taxi driver called us NATO which we thought was really funny, so now we're a girl band called ...
... information to read and marvel at. We were also given an audio guide, which gave extra anecdotal information about many of the exhibits. We saw Dolly's dresses, boots belonging to Alan Jackson, a huge display dedicated to Kenny Rogers, dresses worn by winners of the CMAs and cowboy hats a-plenty! There were constant snippets of music being played, interactive video exhibitions and, behind glass panes across from the exhibits, huge archives chock-full of even more memorabilia, as ...
Nashville was a lot of fun. I got in to town early enough to check in at the hotel and go out to walk around downtown for a while. It was hot but not too bad. The Cumberland River is right there downtown and it was pretty and green. There was a lot of activity, a lot of tourists walking around, and it reminded me a bit of Memphis/Beale Street and Cannery Row and every other tourist town in the world, with t-shirt shops, barkers trying to ...
... 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 ...