Suburban Extended Stay Nashville-Harding Place
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... to 72 after the storm. The rain was coming down in sheets, and we could barely see. We had a similar storm in AZ on the way to Sedona.
We got into Nashville at about 4 pm on Tuesday, July 14th. It is a really cute town. The Sheraton is nice and the people at the front desk are friendly. One of the desk clerks gave us a recommendation to go to Merchants tonight for dinner. Levian gave us a lot of great recommendations ...
... especially as there were a few convention groups and many hen / buck parties on the loose. Jumped on the Hop on Hop off bus and did the one hour loop. Saw a lot of Nashville and got a lot of interesting info, like there are 700 churches in the city. Hence the story title! A lot of impressive buildings and then lots of bars and clubs. We spent over an hour in the Tennessee Museum, learning much about the frontier life and the Civil ...
... her daughter off for a concert. Us four guys and Gail eventually had a meal together - its sounds bazaar I know but a cracking evening. I think Gail was going to have an interesting time explaining to her daughter that she had spent an enjoyable evening (hopefully) with four English Gentlemen ( I use that term loosely!). Taxi back to the hotel and time for an ice cream sundae in a local ice cream sundae place before to bed!
... travelling in the south. The funny thing though, is that I ended up buying my very first flanno from the store!
We got back in the car and drove on, passing a bunch of road signs that said 'buckle up y'all' on the highway - so cute! We played a game called 'My Horses' to pass some of the time on the trip, which is basically a game where you call out every horse, cop car and graveyard that you see with various rules involved - it's ...
... songs and listen to those recordings right there - a dream come true. Not only the King recorded there, but also Dolly, Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers just to name a few. After this, we walked around the streets taking in all the sights and wandered into the Swingin Doors Saloon and had lunch at 3pm, while listening to some great live music. There were 2 guys playing music and interacted so much with the people in the bar, hanging **** on them from where they ...