TownePlace Suites Nashville Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Oh Nashville, I love you! The city had such a great vibe and feel - I loved it! We arrived to glorious sunshine which quickly dried out our still-wet tents and were greeted at Jellystone Park (the name of the campsite) by Yogi Bear who was driving around in a trailer full of children. The site definitely exploited the theme! We went into downtown Nashville where we spent a long time in different boot shops before three of us made full use of the 'buy 1 get 2 ...
... long day. The time change was deceiving and we were tired when we arrived around 4:30pm. After a rest and a snack and a couple of swims in the KOA pool. (This is a nice KOA by the way.) We saddled back up and headed into downtown Nashville. The kids quickly found an over the top candy store and bought lots of high fructose sweetened goodies. Then we walked on 2nd Ave until we found the Wildhorse Saloon. What ...
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This place is larger outside than inside. It has a large patio area that is enclosed but the bar inside is much smaller, but that is okay.
The outside is really nice area. I would definitely come here again. Peyton never offered ...
... a really cool old store which re-purposed the old barrels from the distillery into furniture, art and so on. We could have spent a fortune in there, but luckily trying to get a dresser and a couple rocking chairs with us on the plane would have been quite difficult! We eventually settled on some stamped barrel pieces to display in our house, which were lovely, and – best of all – still smelled like whisky! We also purchased some Jack Daniel’s and Coke ...
... in smaller country towns. Finding an open restaurant in a small town, on the day of rest however proved rather difficult. We found one place open and it served their famous catfish. After Vietnam, I was worried that fried cats would actually be served. Dave reminded me that the south is famous for seafood, so we would be safe from a purring plate. All the food come out all fried. This sadly didn't surprise us as nothing in the south is fresh. We found it hard to ...