Motel 6 Nashville - Goodlettsville
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The entire family made the trek to Nashville to enjoy a Christmas concert at the Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. We got into town just before rush hour traffic hit--in time to enjoy a snack at Dunn Bros. Coffee. It was actually not too cold outside, which was a good thing since the hotel was a few blocks from the auditorium. The concert was stupendous! What a great way to get in the Christmas ...
A group of walking Zombies, a black Afro Elvis who said I rocked, a priest advertising her services on a bench whilst knitting, two-for-one cowboy boots in near enough every shop, three females discussing The Pill for over an hour, a lecture by Al Gore, a lecture by Bill Bryson... these are some of things I have seen and experienced in this town that does not sleep (even my room mates did not get into bed till 7.30am)... It is a diverse city with diverse people and ...
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It seems like all the good scenery and good times lay behind us as we wind our way closer to home. No more crimson canyons, crimson-er sunsets... just four sore butts and an overflowing stash of dirty laundry. Where is Andy when you need to find a good roadside attraction to explore and reinvigorate any road warrior genes we have left?
But then, we encounter another dimension ...
... know who might perform or show up in Nashville on any given night. Last week Keith Urban gave an impromptu concert on the lawn in a park and then "honky tonked" his way through three bars with hundreds following to listen, damn wish it had been this week! We drove down passed all the recording studios and saw where Elvis recorded his 198 songs and where Sony is based, both were very close to where we were staying. The tour finishes and we get a bus ...
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