Days Inn Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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After surviving the complete ZOO that is Nashville during CMA Fest we decided that the country music part of our visit to Nashville was over. As we still had another full day in Nashville we decided to go visit The Hermitage; home President (General) Andrew Jackson, our 7th President. My late mother in law would have loved this place! It was overcast with a 20% chance of showers. (Can you guess where this is going?) I will say ...
... a blind man who had moved down to Nashville. I guess when he got here, the folks he came down with asked if he could stay the night at Adam's place and he ended up staying at their place for a week. He was introduced to Adam, but he misheard his name and started calling him Eddy. It was a joke they kept going and all of the other band members played along. I heard that story after the show when the guy came over to us and said, "Well hello, Adam ...
... played there before it housed the Grand Ole Opry. They have since built a new theatre north of town. We then went to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. We are not big country fans but most of the stars were familiar to us. They had lots of costumes and instruments used by the stars. It was a fun day.
... an extremely long delayed flight from Albany, a mad run through Atlanta airport (which by the way is massive, they have a train that takes you from concourse to concourse) only to find the gates to our connecting flight had closed and we missed our flight. We then had to make our way over to the other side of the bloody airport, to find another delayed flight, and in between this we misplaced our passport bag (lucky it didn't contain our passports only my licence). We ...
... by Kenny Rogers. He was in amazingly good form. I thought the first night was so good that the rest of the week would be downhill……but I was wrong. By the end of the first night it had cooled down quite a bit; the kids put up the hoods on their hoodies. This was the bonus of the iffy weather.......not anywhere ...