America'S Best Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Valvoline quick lube is in it's place, the skeleton of the whitecastle turrets are evident. Despair and panic set in, precious seconds slipping away...after passing numerous other succulent choices, we settle for McDonalds. But not any McDonald's... This one is done up like a radio station with a mock DJ booth and call sign: WMACdonalds.
The whitecastle debacle behind us we head toward the Grand Ole Opry.
The Opry is 4000 kinds of ...
... best) and the hilarious trash talking that some of the fans were shouting at opposing players. I got to know the Aussies a little better at least, but it’s fair to say a large part of me wanted to stay in Nashville for longer. The following day, we would be setting off...
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It was still cloudy today with a chance of more showers but we decided to go to see The Hermitage with Bud and Dorothy despite the weather. It turned out to be a beautiful sunny day! The Hermitage was the home and plantation of President Andrew Jackson who was the 7th President of the United States. He was also a slave owner (80 in total at its peak) and cotton farmer. He supported the common ...
... turned to night we stopped by our hotel bar on the way out to sample the honky-tonks. The bar was busy with a bachelor and bachelorette party present. The boys were very merry and keen to hear about our travels. At another table a distinguished looking gentleman and his much younger wife/mistress fell off his chair not once, but twice and was escorted back to his ...
... expertise, and you're in the Nashville area, a visit to his Financial Peace Plaza is a must. While there you can watch Dave taking calls from listeners and observe first-hand how he so skillfully and quickly helps people answer financial questions. Then, during the commercial breaks, he'll step outside his studio and greet visitors, sign his books and have photos taken with him. He is very friendly, yet very humble.