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... did take some before and after pictures. Also we picked up a box of Moon Pies to have as gifts for unsuspecting outlanders just as Ann S suggested!
Our plans right now are to pull out of here in the morning either very early to miss the traffic in Nashville, or wait until 9:00. Remember that we really enjoy hearing from all of you in response to this blog. If you have any suggestions as to things to do, see, or eat as we travel, please share them. We have ...
... The next hour or so was arguably the best karaoke experience of my life. The entire bar, which was packed wall to wall, was invested in every song (although I did have to carry a track or two), even Santa’s wife got on stage and allowed Kaitlyn & Brianna to accompany her on a few bars.
Although the karaoke was great the smoke proved to be too much. We left Santa’s and decided to make one last stop at Loser’s. Lucky for ...
... it seems as though that's R&B. Shame though, we gave it a try but headed home early feeling let down by a promise un-fulfilled.
Coincidentally, soon after we'd decided to visit Nashville the ABC TV series of the same name started to air in the UK. Telling the story of the glamorous, seedy, commercial and probably very un-realistic lives of the warring artists and politicians of this fine city I was gripped from the pilot episode and couldn't ...
... and then the CMHoF following day. Walked around downtown area taking photos. Went to the Visitor Centre. val bought a T shirt - 1452 /3 guitar pickers in Nashville. I played an Epiphone acoustic guitar on the small stage. Good fun. Did all this while we waited for the Studio tour. Got the tour bus. The guide wasn't very good - could've understand much of what she said. She seemed to be name dropping all of the time and if you ...
... in New Orleans against the British. From this rank, he was recruited to run for President (this is the second General's house we have visited who ran for President - the first being Eisenhower's). I didn't know that he lost the first time he ran for President to John Quincy Adams, but he then won the next two four year terms.
The Hermitage was the home that General Jackson and his wife, Rachel, bought before he entered ...