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... KY where the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers converge before joining the Mississippi River further south. The National Quilt Museum is here, and what a display of artistry and precision and beauty! Made me think about tossing all my quilts into the trash! Bummed we were not allowed to take any photos of these magnificent works. Wonderful antique quilts were also displayed, one going back to 1830 and in ...
So Emma and I head to BBKings and catch some of Jamie's set. We then head out on Broadway and later that evening do a lot of karaoke! Had loads of fun. I'm also pretty sure I've lost a day or two somewhere....we has a few nights like this one. Hitting all the bars on Broadway and then ending up doing karaoke....We pretended to be Daisy & Lucy from Alabama most of the evening and the astonishing thing is people believed us! Great ...
... Broadway Street in Nashville. Hopefully we'll stumble on some great country music. Who knows, maybe even some famous bands…it could happen.
This is our last day in Nashville before heading home tomorrow morning. Sometimes it feels like we've been on the road forever and sometimes it seems that first Sazerac I had in New Orleans was just yesterday. Either way its been quite a journey.
Stay tuned for the ending;
Mary and Angelo.
... mini Roma tomatoes. Fabulous food, the menu had a huge variety and service was terrific.
We went back to the hotel after strolling through all the tourist shops along the harbour waterfront. We tried local wine and beer in the RedBar in the Lobby served by Aaron. He was very friendly and recommended some local restaurants. He was very generous with the wine served. I tried a Knob Hall Maryland Vital Blanc which was pretty good, similar ...
... we were taken down a back alley that passed a nightclub I wanted to take a picture of before we left. The place is called “The Building” and is run by a local Illinois native named Anthony Billups who was on the recently cancelled show “Crazy Hearts Nashville.” I got my picture of what appeared to be the only entrance and we set Gertrude to get us home. A few more turns through Five Points and we would be on the interstate for ten hours, ...