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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... some really unique items (but expensive) in that store, some of them on display from Mike’s personal collection.
A young man that worked there suggested we go to “Gas Lamp Antique Mall” to find some smaller items that I was looking for. After a drive through most of Nashville’s side streets we found the store and it was AWESOME! I could have spent all day there.
After I was drug out of the store, we made our ...
... and was an early example of the use of structural iron. Both the interior and exterior are built with limestone from a quarry about 1 mile (1.6 km) from the site. Some interior columns were built from single pieces of stone, requiring massive wooden derricks to hoist them into place. Wrought iron, instead of wood, was used for the roof trusses to reduce the building's vulnerability to fire.
It is one of only twelve state capitols (along with those ...
... it's only my iphone in my pocket etc) that it was a fun 10minutes. The main strip in Nashville is like a smaller version of Las Vegas or New Orleans with all the neon lights - it looks great. Every bar has a live band but some are really crowded, we find a quiet one in a side street and the band is really good even if it is country. We walk further on and stop at a cowboy boot store, Peter, of course, wants ...
... the previous few nights. The home of country was remarkably dancing to the beat of an R&B drum as all the pretty young things from the local campus and suburbs flooded the street to take-on the tourists. Bars with names such as Bootleggers, Whisky Bent Saloon and Honky-Tonks blared out loud and brash chart-toppers from up to the minute artists which just felt strange - it wasn't what we had come here for and we didn't seem to be the only ...
... tips were great either!
In any event, we then had hair fixing time -- me included -- and then ventured out to take portraits of the twins. We found a nice park area near their Capitol, then we went to visit our friends from Nashville, Kristin and Bob Napier and their daughters Jane and Liz. Bob's parents, whom we ...