Thursday, June 24, 2010

Nashville, Tennessee...

Tennessee Performing Arts Center
Outside of building                  Theatre Lobby

Signing some posters
Photos with some fans
View of Nashville from our hotel room
Sights around town
Ellen and me are statues!
Across from the hotel
Nashville Farmers Market....YUM!
Lots of fresh fruits and vegetables

Jeremiah and's party time!
Jeremiah's 9th Birthday Party Bash
at Club Decades
Doin' the Thriller dance
Have you seen the Chips???
Mike's Ice Cream... our FOURTH visit in one week!
Looking up from the hotel lobby
Downtown Nashville
I saw Elvis!!                     Music City at Night
Peek-A-Boo!  Cooling off in the pool!
Hair Dye Time
Before                                                  During

Haunted Tour of a hearse!!
Some scary sights!

Our week in Nashville was HOT, HOT, HOT!  It was hard to walk around outside for a long period of time because of the extreme heat.  It didn't stop us from having a lot of fun though! To beat the heat, we ate a lot of ice cream at Mike's Ice Cream Parlour...YUM!  We also went swimming and stayed in the A/C as much as possible!
 The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is an amazing 2400+ seat venue.  The lobby was my favorite.
Recently, Nashville was hit with a horrible flood and the city is still trying to recuperate.  We visited a Farmers Market, but only the outside portion was open because the flood had damaged much of the building.  The week before we got there, Nashville hosted the CMA Music Festival, which raised a lot of money to help with the damages caused by the floods.
On June 16th, Jeremiah turned NINE!  He had a huge birthday party at Decades. It's a club that was privately reserved for the cast, crew, and Jeremiah's family and friends. Everyone had a great time. There was a lot of eating and dancing!  Jeremiah got an ipod touch and a bunch of other great presents.
On our last night, Robyn organized a Haunted Hearse Ride around Nashville.  It was pretty creepy, but way fun!  We rode around in a hearse while our driver pointed out buildings and areas around town that are supposedly haunted.  We even stopped in a cemetery. The SCARIEST thing was that  black cat crossed in front of the hearse when we were parked at a red light!  I didn't see any ghosts, but some of our friends had some weird orbs on some pictures they took! Next up....Omaha, Nebraska!

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