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... I will most definitely be back some day!
Oh and just to finish off the blog for today I'd like to correct the mis-perception that I am the shop-o-holic of the Reeder household. Prior to the Grand Old Opry we spent a couple of hours in the outlet mall next door. And during those couple of hours my husband managed to acquire a new leather jacket, a shirt, a waistcoat, 2 belts and a new wallet....I got a chocolate milkshake! Ok so ...
... guitar it turned out to be great purchase.
We then went to lunch at one of the bar/restaurants on ‘Music Row’ a famous street in Nashville which is now pretty touristy but we liked it anyway. Every place in Nashville has live music and the artists all play for tips only. Zach of course walking down the street and hearing all this music coming from every place we walked past wanted to go into every Bar. He has become obsessed by music ...
... Nashville is famous for Country music, many other types of music are recorded here as well. The second stop was the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. We had a couple of hours here. Brian and I had been here before so we concentrated on the special exhibits. One was a tribute to Patsy Cline and another was all about the Bakersfield sound. The Bakersfield exhibit told about when people came west during the dust bowl period. Buck Owens was one ...
... a lot of lawyers offices. Back downtown we were amazed at the Music City Centre under construction and near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. We found it hard to get a parking spot to visit the Ryman Auditorium as there was an antique and garden show in the Convention Centre so got an opportunity to walk the streets a little. We toured the Ryman on a self guided tour - very interesting even though we're not country music fans. ...
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