Knights Inn Nashville-Antioch
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... the museum on to the street there is a shop window with an image of a very yummy looking biscuit in a shop window and naturally curiosity got the better of us so we had to see what this delectable was all about. The store was filled with memorabilia for the biscuit known as a Goo Goo Cluster and sure enough it was as delicious as it looked. We learnt Goo Goo clusters are a Nashville icon recognised as the first ever combination candy bar and formulated in ...
... of photos Part of the tour was a trip to Studio B RCA Victors Nashville studio, affectionately known as the house Chet built, after legendary producer and picker Chet Atkins. Very informative, we learned about Elvis' penchant for different mood lighting according to the song he was singing. He apparently recorded "Are You Lonesome Tonight" in pitch darkness and if you listen hard enough you can hear him banging his head on the mike when he ...
... Great price...so Tony ordered his favorite...can you guess...??? Budweiser
I ordered a soda...we looked through the menu (very simple two sides only) but we opted not to eat here. We already decided on Five Points on the other side of town..
The music was casual rock and country blend..nothing major. They allow smoking inside and out on the patio...a plus in Tony's book. They have on street parking (if you can grab a spot) and ...
... the scene.
After the sunrise, I decided to do Sitton's Gulch Look Trail, a 2.5 mile loop trail that began on the Waterfalls trail I did the day before. This meant I had to take the same 1,200 stairs down into the canyon, and inevitably return the same way. It was a beautiful hike that featured several small waterfalls and a trip through an open forest. After the hike, I climbed out and went back to the east rim to take some more pictures. The cool ...
... We later learned it could hold 80,000 people and also housed the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
We headed into the Country Music Hall of fame and got the platinum tickets which includes a tour of RCA’s Studio B where Elvis, Dolly Parton, The Everly Brothers, and Roy Orbison plus others all recorded some of their Top 10 songs.
The museum was really well set out with an audio tour which explained the exhibits which were in chronological order, ...