Sunday, November 14, 2010

Nashville, TN: Lower Broadway, where everyone wants to be a country music star.

Lower Broadway, home to the honky-tonks where many country singers hone their skills at places like The Stage and Tootsies, and where visitors gather every evening when the sun goes
down to witness the magic of Music City. Where future talent, yet to make it big, are all hopeful for a chance to be invited to perform on the stage of the Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry just around the corner.

Just across the way from the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum is country music's new Walk of Fame. Not quite the miles of stars that they have in Hollywood, only a dozen or so notables have a star so far, but surely many more will added in time.

Across the footbridge from Broadway is Titan Stadium,
and Randy Moss's new home. His 3rd this year.
The only record he's making lately.

gotta love all the Neon........

Horsing around at the Wildhorse Saloon. A place to down beer,
have some barbecue and learn the two step on the largest dance floor in town.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Not a whole lot of work going on here............

Ada enjoys a nice lunch today with Meghann, Jason, Kim & Jen.

As the B&B season comes to a close and we head off to enjoy our western lives for a while, Ada will certainly miss her Girl Thursday duties and all the great folks at City Hall, especially these folks.
And if you haven't been to the Adriatic Restaurant on Washington Street, you really need to gather a few friends or take a date to this casual dining restaurant featuring the cuisine of the regions surrounding the Adriatic sea; where fresh fish and seasonal vegetables, together with wood burning pizza, and pasta dishes create the main menu, along with so much more......

For starters: Marinated plums, gorgonzola and walnut salad

Where's did t all was cantaloupe wrapped in prosciutto with mozzarella & olives.