Quality Inn & Suites Downtown Nashville
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... The biggest thrill ever. We then celebrated with a few drinks at Roberts and tootsies...drinking with guy from Georgia and hayley in hostel. I now have the sun on my back, so even when I'm in cold wet England I shall still have a little bit of the trip with ...
... us of stories of the stars we had come to pay tribute to. With her Southern drawl, the history of country was brought to life. She told us a story about Dolly Parton, who literally left her mark on the hallowed walls of Studio B: running late for her first recording, she drove her car into the brick wall of the studio. You can still see the discolouration of the brickwork where they had to patch up the damage!
As we entered the studio, we were taken into a foyer, ...
One of the most remarkable things I'm learning about the States is that each city is so different from the last. This observation was never more apparent than when we arrived in Nashville. The words 'are you' dissipates into the single word 'ya'll' and people here are noticeably more friendly. The city of Nashville looks like it's stuck in a timewarp between the times of the Old West, and modern times.
After a short walk ...
... music city. What casinos are to Vegas, live bars are to Nashville. The strip is littered with venues on both sides of Broadway all proclaiming to be the city's finest live music bar venue on music row. Had we been 20 years younger we may well have tested that claim on a serious bar crawl. Getting back to reality, as is customary for Trace & I when visiting a new city we gain our bearings by taking the city's Hop On / Hop Off tour. In Nashville the trip is ...
... Gothic tower is all that remains of the Matthews & Thompson building that stood at this location from 1886 to 1967. The Baptist Sunday School Board, now one of the world's largest publishers of religious materials, was organized here in 1891. Edwin Keeble Associates designed the new building, which opened in 1970.