Days Inn Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it. The McNatts and 8 Ball are a part of that alternative, they are full of stories and songs, written and performed with enough grit that people feel the difference in their material even if they can't hear it particularly. Studio B was like that: a certain "something" one could feel without necessarily being able to articulate what it is. It certainly has something to do with a much overused term, "the real deal." Studio B reeks of it. There is nothing fake or contrived ...
... want to see the original Grand Ole Opry” and that’s what we did. We did the behind the stage tour which wasn't as grand or fancy but nice. We went into several dressing rooms which were themed after Johnny Cash, Minnie Pearl, and Hank Williams. The auditorium itself looked like a church because it originally was a church ...
... didn't pay any attention to the map before we got onto the path. We loved this walk. Once you get to the other side there is a great statue made from shoves and rakes..sort of really cool abstract artwork.
With a late night at the Opery we planned to let the boys sleep in the next morning. They day started out earlier than we expected as Brendan awoke not feeling well. Camden was eager to go check out the pool so he and Justin went for a swim that morning. Later in the morning it looked like Brendan was starting to do better so we headed back out to the Grand Ole Opery complex to check out the ...
... made it to the markets, full of enormous pumpkins and other strange farm goods. We rested in the air conditioned food court and bought a red velvet cupcake and a slice of the juiciest banana bread we'd ever eaten from a little cupcake store, The Sweet Stash.
Satisfied that we'd seen that end of Nashville (a whole bunch of Civil War monuments and an assortment of parks), we set off to an indie cinema we'd read about, The ...