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... line-height: 18px;">1979 - Ownership is transferred from the federal government to the local government.
When President Rutherford B. Hayes laid the cornerstone of the Customs House on September ...
Wednesday, May 7,2014, Tony and I went to have lunch on the West Side near Vandy on Music Row. We found a great place to park on the street for FREE, it was a few blocks away but its such a lovely day..we opted to walk..and the walk was Nice..
... the crop, not just from the US but around he but the world. There was even an Australian group. We were all blown away. Particularly with Charlie Daniels. He lifted the roof of the place. His was playing s fiddle so hard it looked like it would catch fire. Yeahaaa!
All this and we haven't even hit Vegas yet... What an incredible trip. As I write this I'm at 30,000 feet, and we have just began our descent... There is a rather large canyon to my right.
... ourselves something, a couple of t-shirts each and Dave got a cap and finally after all the searching he found a stubbie cooler!
After doing the shops over, we went to the Country Music Hall of Fame - very interesting but got a little boring at the end. However we bought the platinum pass which included a tour of Studio B and we are so glad we did, what an awesome place to visit so full of history. To walk into a studio room where the King, Mr Elvis ...
... those who made it. But back in 1960 when Tootsie Bess bought the property, it was named simply Mom’s. Over the years Tootsie quietly fed many hungry hopefuls that hung out in this musician’s haven, and slipped ten-dollar bills into their pockets when she knew they needed a hand. And every now and then, so the story goes, Opry stars slipped into Tootsie’s cigar box, and replaced all the IOU’s with cash.
Enter as strangers, leave as friends. That’s how it ...
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