Super 8 Downtown Airport Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to hotel to shower 4:15 Galleria Coolsprings mall 5:00 drive to vineyard 5:30 park 6:30 Kix Brooks!! 7:30 leave for Pucketts in Franklin 8:00 get to Pucketts 8:15 dinner reservation - Souther Comfort burger, grilled chicken, and deep fried brownie with bacon 8:30 2 songwriters 9:00 Tucker played 10:00 roll up the carpet 10:30 back to downtown Nashville!! Wildhorse Saloon, some dive, Rippy's, Tootsie's, Legends 1:30 time to head back to hotel 3am ...
... we'd encountered on this journey. The tightest gospel blues band since James Brown's Rev. Cleophus ensemble, with about 5 members whose chops were worthy of the term "Jesus Christ Almighty!" The choir was equally divine. About 20 folks and one or two soloists near the beginning and end. Incredible voices, powerful and present. It all came from the heart and for their God; music such as this does not come packaged in concert or gig form. Of course, people received the ...
... in the air conditioning. If I wanted to eat with the bugs, I would EAT outside on the Patio...I will NOT EAT here again...
The service was slow, but heck she was the only one working. She had to be bartender and waitress to the whole restaurant including the patio..on a friday afternoon around ...
... the large levels of grease. Anyway, our next stop was the newer Grand Ole Opry Theatre for a wander and look around. Turning up, we couldn't believe how busy the place was, until we reached the entrance when we saw a massive country concert was playing that night. Tickets completely sold out, fans in dedicated T-shirts, and security everywhere, this was a big deal! So we nosed about before hitting the attached mall. I managed to find some trainers I had ...
... more rock/blues area. We heard there was a place called Fleet street so we had to check that out. (Fleet Street Chris tells me is where the newspapers in London were based) Printers Alley was where the Newspapers used to be based in Nashville so now it all made sense. We sat at the Fleet Street bar for a bit, it was pretty quiet and only about 15 people in there but apparently we had our invisibility cloaks on making it impossible for anyone to wait on us...so ...