Quality Inn White House
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... the oldest member kind of sing, thankfully along with a much younger band. The Opry is a radio show - 11 acts, singing two songs a piece - commercials and an announcer with the deepest voice and driest sense of humour. In all it was a great evening. We in Australia could learn a lot from Nashville in how to preserve and maintain our music ...
... and their home is worth 54 million dollars. We saw the gated community where Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman live, saw Taylor Swifts house (big deal, but still a nice home). It was a great tour. Oh! I also saw Dolly Partons office. Surrounded by a big cement wall. Once I got dropped back at the hotel I rested for about 10 minutes while I waited for mum, dad and Julie to get back. When they did mum Julie and I went for a walk downtown again, dad decided to stay back. Just ...
Today I hired a bike, much similar to Boris's bikes but red. I cycled to East Nashville and had one of Nashville's best wieners for lunch, it was truly lovely, from a renovated VW can like the one that used to sit in my grandmas front garden. I went to Hendersonville to meet a friend who's film here, Johny and June Cash lived really close to him. The house is now a pile of ashes but he took me to see where they were both ...
... entry of the auditorium. We learned the house in front of the Opry was built for Roy Acuff in his older years as host. Our journey took us to the artist entrance where a fountain donated by Minnie Pearl and her husband decorated the sidewalk halfway down. Behind a few more open doors we reached Studio A where the last twelve years of “Hee Haw” was filmed, as well as scenes from other movies and shows such as “Nashville.” We viewed a clip ...
... is also a fountain at the McNairy Spring, one of the main fresh water sources for Nashville ..I found that fascinating and then there is the memorial area to the original Sulpher Springs Bottom Baseball field in Nashville. There is some lovely chimes, also a world globe water fountain representing Tennessee location to all major acts of war and the mileage..Plenty to see and enjoy.