Hampton Inn Bowling Green
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Getting to the festival was a challenge. I set the alarm clock for 8:00 AM (six hours of sleep).
We wanted to eat breakfast at the Cracker Barrel Country Store on the other side of I-65 from the hotel but there was a waiting line. Once again we had breakfast at Waffle House; it is the musician thing to do.
We continued the good musician theme by eating breakfast at Waffle House.
The previous day we had decided that the food at the festival was inedible, except for the ice cream. A visit to Walmart Food Store was our answer where we bought fresh peaches, apples, bananas, a celery & carrot package and a bag of …
Like good musicians we started the day off at Waffle House.
The first order of business was to visit the Bowling Green Railroad Museum located in the restored 1926 Louisville & Nashville Station. There is not a lot to the museum and most of the building is devoted to offices that are off limits to visitors. The …
Today we played tourist in Nashville.
It started off with breakfast of country fried steak, eggs, grits and biscuits & gravy at Cracker Barrel. (I must behave myself for the rest of the day and eat healthy food to make up for the sin of breakfast.)
The drive to Nashville improved greatly when I decided …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Hampton Inn accomodations have been something to look forward to on a long road trip. We're mostly in an RV but find great respite in the perfectly kept, consistently clean and pleasant Hampton Inns.
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