Red Roof Inn Nashville Fairgrounds
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- Pets allowed
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... or even the replicas of ancient Greek architecture, but to see our friend Ashley who lives in this amazing city - as we were mostly catching up, we did very little here and took relatively few photos but it was great to catch up with her and her partner Andy and of course Abby! - definitely an area we would like to return to one day ...
... area called the Gulch. We walked up to Broadway & down into the old honky tonk area of Nashville near the Ryman Theatre. It was lights & people & bars & music & Horse drawn carriage rides. By the time we finished wandering down one side & up the other, we were tuckered from an early & long day, so we grabbed a cab back to where our rental car was parked in the Gulch. We went to the Station Inn .... A ...
... regrets. I knew this was the last major stop on our vacation and I wasn’t ready to go home and be reunited with what ailed me. I also should have bought the Music City package and saved $15 on my tickets, but I could live through that mistake. Hopefully my borrowed time will allow an opportunity to revisit Nashville in the future and spend an evening checking out the Nashville night scene or visiting The Hermitage. If not, this is still one more checkmark on my bucket ...
... had the fried Chicken which was awesome with Crème corn and slaw and I had the Cat fish with mash potatoes and Gravy and sweet potato casserole which was a little too sweet. Zach got field peas which turned out to split eye peas which looked like lima beans soo Zach was not interested in those. After feeling thoroughly full and happy we headed back to camp at the Waterpark.
Saturday 27 July 2013
Next stop on our Southern food gastronomy tour, The ...
... mine look miniscule. My collection that is. In fact, he was telling me he has run out of room in his house, he has so much stuff. My tour started at 10.30am and went for about an hour and a half. I met a young joker on the tour named Jason, who was training in the US Navy, and he said he was keen to head up to Mary Bobo's for lunch also. So we both walked over just before 1.00pm and he managed to fluke a reservation. Now, Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House is rich ...