|I couldn't talk Teresa into a perfect photo op !!|
|We have been enjoying the fall colors and smells|
Did you know that it completely flooded last year ? It was under three feet of water, but you would never know that today.
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What a fun little tour this was. Our guide was excellent, and told us funny little stories of the stars, that only the insiders would know.
When the Ryman Auditorium was no longer used, they cut out the flooring in a circular fashion, where all the former stars would stand in front of the mic, and they incorporated it into the new flooring at the current auditorium. We were standing where all the great stars once stood !!
Our guide then made us sing a song, so that we could say we sang at the Grand ole Opry !!
We then had a few moments to tour around and of course, visit the gift shop.
Our next stop was the incredible Opryland Hotel. We were completely spellbound by the size and luxury of this hotel.
This hotel has almost 3000 rooms !! There are enclosed gardens, waterfalls, restaurants, shops, etc.
We even took a 15 minute boat ride, inside of course, that only touched the surface of this magnificent grounds.
By the time we were dropped back off at the campground it was past supper time, so we asked where the best pizza joint was near us, and jumped in the car to devour the best pizza we have had in a long time.
Back at the rig, we shared a glass ( or two ) of wine, and toasted this amazing day.