Monday, October 23, 2006

Adventures in the Music Capital

We had a wonderful night in Nashville. We started in the Wildhorse Saloon, a famous landmark in Nashville for both barbeque and country music. We had some excellent food with some excellent music, and then we meandered our way down the street to Tootsie’s. It’s another famous bar in the city where many country legends have either played, or they were discovered there. The one name we could come up with was Gretchen Wilson (Redneck Woman, etc.) After a few over-priced drinks and some pretty bad music, we walked back to the van. One of our girls then realized that she had lost one of her earrings. So we went back over our track, and she eventually found it in Tootsie’s. Someone literally kicked it out the door to her feet when she went back inside to look for it. Talk about luck!

But now I’m back in my single hotel room, and we have plans to go crash the continental breakfast at another hotel in the morning. At the very least, we’re going to steal their free wireless internet. Then we get another day in Nashville. Who knows… maybe I’ll get a Stetson hat.

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