Extended Stay America - Nashville - Brentwood
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The bridge of course is my favorite part of urban hiking...FREE and the views of the Titan football field, the Cumberland River and the Gorgeous Nashville City Scene Views...awesome sauce!!!
A weekend visit with college friends Mari and Rollie included a jam-packed introduction to the wonders of Nashville and surrounding areas. Mari and I started off Friday afternoon with a visit to nearby Franklin and the Carter House which was the site of a disastrous Civil War battle in November, 1864. Union forces were positioned at the Carter farm, Confederate soldiers attacked, and the farmyard ...
... to the backseat of the car, for an evening tucked up in the boot. We paid a small fortune for that gravelly campsite, so by golly were we going to use it. If only as a car park! How dull would life be if we had of just paid to sleep in a comfy, dry, hotel.
Florida is not our favourite state, maybe even the least favourite. Some of it is very nice, but a huge proportion is very old and dirty. The drivers also are the worst in the country. Arriving back into ...
... fried egg and maple mustard. The burger was seasoned and cooked perfectly, the ham was tender and chewy and the maple mustard added a pungent sweetness that paired nicely with the saltiness of the bacon. The hand-cut sweet potato fries were on point as well. Kaitlyn raved about the Strawberry Ginger Ale and the beer list included an eclectic selection of craft drafts and expansive list of quality bottles.
After lunch we headed to Radnor Lake for ...
... really into the music and explained the history of the RCA label.
RCA Studio B was a noted recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Originally known simply as RCA Studios, it became famous in the 1960s for being a part of what many refer to as the Nashville Sound. A sophisticated style characterized by background vocals and strings, the Nashville Sound both revived the popularity of country music and helped establish Nashville, Tennessee as an ...