RV Trip to places we missed and some we have already seen travel blog

rear of the new building for the museum under construction

front of the new building to be completed in 2012 one and...

here we are, Country Hall of Fame and museum

great, we came to Nashville to hear the Bakersfield sound?

looking at downtown

One of my favorite country western singers

one of my favorite country western bands

the main show displays for country western music for the Bakersfield area

 

we did the Studio B tour

pretty downtown building

inside of Studio B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

our tour guide playing the piano that Elvis played

Elvis' favorite piano, he tried to take it to Memphis, the studio...

 

after the music museum and tour we headed to downtown

 

 

 

 

this is two buildings

 

okay so we had a bite to eat at Margaritaville

 

looking into a wild country western bar

Nashville's Parthenon built in 1897 to the exact dimensions of the Greek...

 

 

under the eves


We enjoyed the Country Museum and Hall of Fame. The tour of Studio B was really cool. Being right where Elvis recorded his records was a neat treat. Afterwards we walked a few blocks in downtown Nashville and stuck our heads into some bars with live music. We finally ended up in Jimmy Buffet's place with a great country musician. Afterwards we drove over to the Parthenon which was built for the Tennessee Expo. in 1897. We didn't do the tour inside, just walked around the inside in awe at the size of the building. Then we hit the rush hour traffic getting out of downtown, gruesome! Like Los Angeles - ugh. Tomorrow we go to Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, hopefully it isn't raining too hard. Sunday we head down the Natchez Trace Parkway towards Memphis.

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