Super 8 Nashville Airport Music City Area
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... quiet. We checked out a cowboy hat and boot shop. Wow so many choices and styles. Endless!
We then parked and walked along Broadway where many of the honky tonks are located. We found one where there was live music and wandered in to enjoy a beer and some music. It was great. We finally saw the sunshine and drove some ...
... gave praise, danced, gyrated, convulsed, fanned themselves into next week, but no one was putting on a show, promoting a new CD or plugging merchandise. The only business here while this beautiful music unfurled was the business of being grateful. For that, there was no charge. Sure, we threw a few bucks in the plate. As I said, if this church was near my joint I'd volunteer, I'd help them out. We did not personally cart wheel down the aisle but they did give us the most ...
... Went downstairs into a blues joint where a guy was belting out some good bluesy tunes while playing guitar. We managed to sit next to the one bat $h!t crazy woman at the bar who told us a long tale of how the stars and clouds had aligned and Jesus was testing her to not be a bad person. We agreed she should listen to the sheep shaped cloud that was telling her to stop bothering the nice couple on a road trip. Music was good but when the guy took a break we ...
... sweet potato fries, Mac n cheese and a beer I could barely move! I would have said I slept from a food coma that night but first I had a few more drinks left in me. Ester, myself and the third girl from our dorm, headed around the corner to take advantage of a bar's 2 for 1 beer offer! I wanted to do some music history on the following morning so I headed to the Ryman Auditorium. This beautiful place is known as 'the Mother Church of Country Music' due to it's original origins being ...
... was a very picturesque one, we went over the Tennessee mountains and whilst not as vivid as up north the colour of the autumn leaves were really pretty. We even went through Chattanooga, that is a real hillbilly town, I was sure we were in deliverance country as most of the townies looked liked inbreds it was certainly an eye opener. Almost did a bypass of Nashville Alan the navigator put in the wrong address and we were on our way to Tennessee Illinois ...mmm men and directions. ...