Saturday, November 11, 2006

Nashville Cats....

or a night on the town in Nashville.

(under 21 - please skip this post - LOL)

Our first stop of the evening was Coyote Ugly. Like in the movie, the bar maids dance on the bar. The girls were much better looking than at Hooter in Lexington.

We had dinner at B.B. King's Blues Club and heard some live music while we ate. Bev had the gumbo, which was excellent. A bit spicier than she usually likes, but she said she enjoyed it. I had the pulled pork sandwich, also very good.

After dinner, we went down the street to the Wild Horse Saloon. This place is huge. There are at least 3 bars, 2 balconies and a ceiling that must be 50 feet high. There's a big stage and nearly constant live music - country of course. We tried our feet at line dancing, but somehow neither one of us could quite get it right.

A few more steps down 2nd Avenue was the Charlie Daniels Museum.

The nice thing is that all these venues are within a block of each other. Right around the corner is Legends and Tootsies, two more famous night spots.

Today we will try to see the Country Music Hall of Fame and some of the other sights here in Music City.

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