Red Roof Inn Nashville Fairgrounds
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... good restaurant. It was one of the only restaurants on Broadway without music so we figured if they could survive on food alone, the food must be really good. We figured right. It's called Merchants and its on the corner of Broadway and 4th. If you get to Nashville I urge you to give it a try.
OK, time to get on the road. If all goes well my next and last entry for this trip will be tonight, written from my kitchen table back in The Villages.
Angelo and Mary.
... tour immediately. According to the brochure, our first stop was to sit in the pews of the auditorium and watch a short film narrated by Trisha Yearwood on the history of the Ryman building. After a short lesson we learned this place used to be a tabernacle and the push to dry up Nashville during the temperance movement was one of the main reasons for the funding of the construction. Eventually the building became home of the Grand Ole Opry and the Johnny ...
We arrived early enough in Nashville to go look at the Opryland Hotel, the Grand Old Opry and the Opry Mills Mall. Our campground was only 10 minutes from the area which made it very nice. We went to the Hotel and it is really cool. It is under cover and you can even take a boat ride around the hotel. Suzanne was looking in a store for something to buy when ...
... amazing fiddle player - think jill got a good video of him. Then a 50/60s style band came on & played some of our classic tunes from childhood. After this the guys went home but me & jill carried on to the next bar & was it worth it - hell yes! The band were such good fun, all great songs not just country & we were singing our little hearts out lol! Sad to leave Nashville as we've had a really good time here ...
... to The WildHorse Saloon for fried pickles and to learn line-dancing. See pics. below. Clearly, this was only attempted after several drinks and when K made very sure more people than just us were heading out onto the dance floor! Prior purchase of boots and hat were not mandatory ... so we didn't!
Temporary home here is owned by a singer / song writer called Alissa Moreno, who co-wrote a 'hit' called "Every ...