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Back on the road and into Nashville.
Arrived around 3pm and checked into our room. Cheap as chips this one - $87 with free breakfast and wifi and located 1.8 miles from the city centre.
Met a lovely couple from Canada while waiting for the taxi and ended up starting the night with them.
First drinks at Tootsies. A 3 level old building with a bar and different band on each. Found our way to the rooftop ...
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 ...
... world we can't do - we just have to find a way around the excuses to get there.
3) Let your gut guide you to happiness. That isn't to say make stupid decisions - don't listen to your gut if you REALLY think it's telling you to get in the car with strangers :P But truly listen to it. The happiness you are going to find in life is going to be by following the path it's sending you down. It'll guide you the way you're supposed to go, and living a life you ...
The majority of our group was pretty excited to head to Nashville, myself included. We started our drive listening to country music for the most of it. Upon setting up camp we headed into the city. A lot of time was spent in a boot store which was selling boots with buy one pair get two pairs free. We then visited a number of famous places such as the Ryman Auditorium which ...
... had a real southern dinner - buttermilk fried chicken with steamed beans and mash, YUM!
We walked Broadway Street taking in all the atmosphere and southern charm. Almost everyone wears cowboy/girl boots, and they look awesome. We stumbled across another cool bar with a live band playing 'sweet home Alabama' so we had to go in.
We ended up staying there till 3am, dancing all night to classic country music. We made some amazing ...