Red Roof Inn Nashville Fairgrounds
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WE HAD SO MUCH FUN IN NASHVILLE!
THERE ALWAYS SEEMS TO BE SUCH
EXCITEMENT IN THE AIR EVERY TIME
WE GO. I HAVE WANTED TO EAT AT
THE RAIN FOREST CAFÉ EVERY
SINCE I HEARD ABOUT IT. IT WAS
DIFFERENT AND THE FOOD WAS FIT
FOR A KING. NO WAY TO EAT ALL OF
YOUR FOOD THAT THEY PUT ON
YOUR PLATE. IT WAS DELICIOUS …
Today we were able to sleep in...... for the most part we were all refreshed. The kids, Dawn and Robin didn't get back until close to midnight last night and our group got back to the hotel around 11:30 pm. After a real quick breakfast... the boys rehearsed the Charleston and we set off to the mall, once again. The girls wanted to finish some …
... He started each song by recording a verse on the bass strings of his 10-string guitar, and then a simple rhythm. Then he sang the song with fills and solos. We finished the night by strolling along Beale. Listening and looking. The next day we drove around looking at (mostly just) the outside of some of the tourist traps. The Gibson factory, the Rock and ...
9.30am flight from Manchester to New York JFK then a taxi ride across New York to La Guardia for onward flight to Nashville. A 5 hour time difference meant we arrived in Nashville around 7.30pm. Weather hot but dry. After checking in to the Holiday Inn Express downtown we walked down Broadway taking in the sights and taking photos. Had a meal at Demos and then went back to hotel. Already been awake now for 22 hours. Heavy rain and thunderstorm ...
... played the harmonica and I did the Virginia Monkey Dance! It was great to be on stage performing where most just dream about performing. And to look out and see all those..................empty seats. Quite amazing.
From there it was on to the shoe store for Ellen and I to replace our worn out shoes from all this walking!! Next it was some lunch back at ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed