Red Roof Inn Nashville Fairgrounds
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We are in Nashville! Only took us about 6 hours to get here so it was definitely our shortest trip so far. Today was pretty much a wash out with a big storm following us the entire way to Memphis but it cleared up and Nashville should be fine tonight. We were woken up around 4am this ...
... is OMG Nashville is crazy and wild 3.00 pm in the afternoon there are drunks all over, people getting arrested and kicking and off and generally people just completely off there rocker but an amazing atmosphere and vibe, every other shop sells cowboy boots and get ups and the bars are laced with hen and stag parties the energy and vibe is electrifying, country and western and rock music fills the clammy air. Unfortunately ...
... their first outing and where better to take them than to The Bluebird Cafe. Having visited previously on the tour we were all excited to see how the venue would come to life with the musical talents of the artists behind the songs. I will never be able to do justice to how utterly enthralling this place is on a Blog but if you do nothing else please go and find their website and read about it...and then put it on your bucket list! I don't know if we dropped lucky with the ...
... Lloyd. They were bikers (the motorized kind) out for a spring-day ride. We soon discovered we had a lot in common; Lloyd drove a long-haul truck so knew the roads all across the USA; we compared notes on the evils of tailgating. “It takes me at least 300 yards to come to a safe stop at 60 mph,” he told me, in answer to my question. Betty loved my story of the Journey; “But I’m not much for planning,” she said. “I travel at the drop of a hat.” ...