Trip Start Dec 01, 2011
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of fame country stars, which is like the Hollywood walk of fame, but based on country music
fame after 4 PM. It closed at 5, so I got a discounted price with only being there for an hour. This hall of fame is more for older people. It has a lot more of the roots of country music rather than
present day, which is fine, but I was not so interested in it. There was still some good stuff in the hall of fame. It had archives and archives of music there in book cases, then had recording studios,
old clothing from the stars, guitars and pianos. There was also several walls full of gold records from all the top hits. At the end of the museum, it had a shrine of gold plates faces of all the
members in the hall of fame. The funny thing was that my favorite two country singers and pretty much the only ones that I like are not in there. Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw are not in there, but I
imagine one day they will be. The only thing i missed from Nashville was the Grand Ole opry house where they play operas. If anyone likes country music or is sort of a hick kind of person, I would say not to miss this place. All three cities in Tennessee that I visited were all based on a river, so that was kind of interesting how they strategically placed cities on the river so long ago.
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