Regency Inn and Suites
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Day Ten, April 21, 2015
A travel day – we got up about 6:30 but for some reason it takes us a while to get it together. I guess because we don't have to hurry we don’t. We had our coffee and breakfast, then got dressed and started breaking camp. I walked over to talk with Cheryl to thank her for including us in their dinner plans last night. We said our ...
... From there we headed to the Sunsphere to get some pictures of the Knoxville area. We then headed right to Nashville and checked into the hotel. We relaxed for a bit and ate some leftovers for dinner from the previous day. (We have a cooler). Then headed to the Lobby where they were having a Mix.(Drinks and appetizers). We used that time to plan for our next day.
After the Mix, we headed out to our last activity of the day. The ...
... a journalist and is trying to write a piece on Nashville so has booked into this really exclusive restaurant for dinner. I went back to the hostel and was hoping to be doing some rehearsing for an open mic night but it didn't happen and neither did the open mic night the next night unfortunately. Anyway I watched dirty dancing and went out for a couple of beers with some people from the ...
... visiting four other times before it was time to try it. One of those places you should go just to say you've been. It's nothing over the top, but well worth trying.
Feeling a bit bloated after eating BBQ, my roommate and I walked a few blocks ending up in front of B.B. King's Blues Club, and was persuaded by the handsome host to go in for a drink, buy one get one free. It was a nice deal, but atmosphere was lame. Not much ...
... Seriously, it was that interesting.
Lunch had to be on Broadway, one of the main thoroughfares where you can grab a bite to eat and be entertained (for free) by an aspiring artist or group. We randomly picked The Second Fiddle as our lunch spot.
Out the door, turn left, go one block, turn left and there was the Ryman Auditorium. ...