Commodore Inn and Guest House
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... and set up camp before it started raining. We had lunch before heading into the Nashville CBD. We got dropped off at the Hard Rock Cafe which was similar to most others around the world. We had all arvo to explore the city. We started off by wandering down Broadway which is the Main Street. I've never seen so many bars, tourist shops and boot shops all in a row. Literally there wasn't any variety on the street at ...
... eventually with a magnifying glass at her side.
The Ryman was everything to do with grandma’s house, including the sounds, the feel, the happiness as you sat in those 100 plus year old pews (that even smelled like the pages of the old books adorning her bookshelves on the front porch). Flashbacks of old Opry shows appeared in my mind as I carefully studied the donated artifacts spread throughout the facility. I could smell the aroma coming ...
... 1877 - The cornerstone of this building is laid by President Hayes.
1882 - The clock tower is completed.
1903 - The rear portion of the building is completed.
... you a nice view of downtown Nashville.
Our trip to Nashville was a lot of fun and we were lucky to get free tickets to the Grand Ole Opry and to be in the excitement of the award ceremony. We also made someone jealous, Lynn, because she really likes country music and we really aren't big fans! But we did enjoy visiting Nashville!! ...
... style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Went here today to walk around and enjoy the gorgeous 85 plus sunny weather in Nashville.
We urban hiked the city for a ...
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