America'S Best Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... entire duration of the show. We had tweeted him earlier in the day to ask him to pop down and there he was.....well actually his mate was playing and he planned to go anyway but I like to think I was the influencing factor. In realising who he was and how close he was Cath and I reverted to 16 years old, blushed and giggled, failed to eat our dinners for feeling sick and dizzy and re-applied lipstick about 20 times! As soon as the gig was over he was of course captured by ...
The next morning provided some interesting surprises. When I awakened, Laura had already been up, dressed in ...
... blunder on my part and it really didn't do me any favours as I had a raging hunger that morning and resorted to peanuts to tide me over until we finally went out to do things. We didn't do many "things" actually, just went into East Nashville to a little cafe' to get some lovely sandwiches, drove around a bit to check out a few Nashville neighbourhoods and went to a shopping mall to see if there were any bargains to be had.
That night was a lazy one and we ...
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 ...
... 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.