Value Place Nashville, Tennessee (Lebanon)
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... new hits. Let me tell you some of the stuff we (well mainly me) come up with is ridiculous, but you have to make the most of the time, especially with 400km of driving for the day. The "MADE UP" songs are flowing like beer from a tap, the laughs keep coming and we are bordering the point of an asylum! The only one that was in the car that wasn't participating was Georgia, mainly due to the fact she was sleeping. Once again we do pretty good time and at 70mph that is to ...
... the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to do the tour there. This was really interesting too and they have great displays of old memorabilia including Elvis's gold Cadillac... Hmmm a theme is starting to emerge here, I think Graceland is starting to get close as we head to Memphis tomorrow ;) We finish at the museum and outside it is raining so we decide to make a run for the bus stop. Deb and Shan stay back and have coffee. We head off and ...
At about 10:30 we jumped in the Chevy to head back to Nashville, stopped at Sonic in Shelbyville for brunch, it's not really redneck central but you can see it from there. We arrived at the Country Music Hall of Fame about midday and went inside to check it out, it's a similar setup as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the instruments, cars and stage outfits but probably not as big.
After we'd done the ...
... is definitely something to see. We continued onto the mall nearby to try and find Chad a pair of boots. He successfully found a pair (see photo).
We cruised back into Downtown and drove around the city looking at the architecture and picking out which honky tonks we would visit in the evening. Nashville is a clean and striking looking city and we know many ...
We left Arkadelphia and made it to West Memphis for lunch at none other than Cracker Barrel for lunch. Once inside I felt like I never left home. We drove to Jackson, TN and stopped for a bit at Casey Jones "village". Browsed the old country store while Bobby picked a few up a few things. Then we hit the road to Lebanon in order to spend the night.