Red Roof Inn Nashville - Music City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the Ryman Building a very famous theatre which was the home of the Grand Old Opry from 1943 until 1974. Then it was back down the hill to visit the Honky Tonk Street, check out the tourist shops and the cowboy boot shops - all that leather, my eyes nearly popped out of their sockets. So many boot!
In the late afternoon we headed to a shopping mall to grab some dinner before going The ...
... are ever in the Nashville area, this is absolutely worthwhile, even for a non- history buff. The house itself is huge, ornate, and contains almost entirely ORIGINAL furnishings and wallpaper used by the Jackson family. The grounds (over 95% of the original 1,200 acres) remain intact along with a number of buildings - including the 20 x 20 foot ONE ROOM homes provided to the enslaved families who worked on the ...
... our beers for us and Adam and I left to start the evening. (I got lucky this time around! The first bartender didn't charge me for my first couple of drinks and Chris paid for the last one :D)
We went to Adam's house, got changed, and ordered an Uber to take us to see his friend's band play at Fat Bottom Brewery. When we got there, we ordered beer, mac and cheese, and perogies. The band had some pretty good tunes. The singer for the ...
... 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">There was steak biscuits, deviled eggs and fried green tomatoes....It was all a little different. I liked the taste of the steak on the biscuit, but the small slider size biscuit was very dry. The deviled egg had a runny filling and was too vinegary for me..gave me immediate heartburn and the fried green tomato was cut in half and ...
... with her.
Finally arrived after a long drive into Louisville. This place was even colder.
Day 48 - 8th November 2013
Me and Chris headed out to the Mohammed Ali museum as this was his home town, he was known as the Louisville slugger and Louisville lip. We did get lost a bit while driving there but we soon found our way. In the museum were pieces of his artwork plus a theater explaining his life and career. There were some of his belts, robes and gloves. Also ...