Days Inn Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and left my bags with them as I was dropped near to the Bridgestone Arena. I had already messaged our hosts a few months back to ask how feasible getting to the game would be if our bus wasn't due in until near face-off. They said it would be fine, and they weren't wrong. Nashville doesn't seem so big, though I guess we'll see.
Not being sure where I'm supposed to be, I head up to the plaza party where there is a ...
... was served in an enormous portion of course. I had buttermilk pancakes, bacon and eggs and Wade had pulled pork with fried apples, sweet potato pancakes, eggs and homemade potato fries. This kept us going for the day that is for sure.
Seeing we were in Nashville we thought we should go and visit the Country Music Hall of fame and Museum. It is filled with all things country from the beginning until now. It covered how country music has evolved and ...
... Cities, they were pretty cheesy but a big deal apparently. I was consumed by 18 year olds with their tops off, I felt pretty old and also covered in others sweat which has never appealed to me, not even at 18. But I had fun, we went on to this rooftop bar at the bottom of Broadway, Acme I think it's called. I spent most of the night chatting to Callum and taking the mick out of jocky American ...
I know I must be a fuss **** but the only downside of this trip has been the food (except while we were at Cathy's place, we were spoilt there), really can't get ...
... bloke at the bar (where the hell did he suddenly appear from i thought) seemed less than impressed with my knowledge of country music. The musician then proceeded to play a song i had never heard before by Garth Brooks.
We walked the rest of the street and then headed over to the "Grand Ole Opry" hotel. Marc and Louise have been to Nashville before and would be heading out tomorrow, while me and Les have decided to ...