Baymont Inn & Suites Gallatin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... We both had a huge stint of that stuff when we clocked the sign Bona Casa in Nashville. "You're Casa is my Casa Mr Horne, tell him Jules, tell him .....etc" needless to say the spouses patience is wearing thin. We also just hit Highway 61 again the country detour is over, the blues highway once again. But we'll be off on an interstate in five. We've called this a Highway 61 trip but we never stick to it, though it is quite ...
... we deplaned the airport is quite different. The boarding area had only seats. There did not seem to be any restrooms or amenities in that area. All services are outside that area. We headed to baggage quite a ways. Then we tried to get train tickets to central station. The kiosks would not use our credit cards. In Europe they have pin and chip cards for security. We had or find the ticket office to get the tickets. They have a central hall with many ...
... of live music, unfortunately most was new country but none the less it was a good time. My first time on Broadway also led to my first (and only) Bushwacker. A Bushwacker is a cocktail popular in Nashville, commonly consisting of dark rum, Kahlua, dark creme de Cacao, cream of coconut & milk/cream blended with ice. It tasted like a giant blended White Russian, heavy on the cream.
Sunday was a relaxing day that started with a trip to ...
Well the last two nights brought the experience of two shows which couldn't have been more different but where both offered great entertainment in their own right. Thursday witnessed the kick off of the Taylor Swift machine marching into town....the real reason for our trip. And like everything else in America it was bigger, brasher and more in your face than anything I've experienced at home. 8 massive trucks plastered with photos of ...
... and eventually decided to visit the Parthenon. "The Parthenon? You mean like in Greece? I thought this was Tennessee?" I thought to myself as I looked at the huge structure before me. Apparently, the people of Tennessee thought it would be cool to build a replica of the historical building. You can take a tour of it for $10 (the inside is a museum) but if you want to partake in the free lifestyle like us college folk, you can walk around the building and take pictures of ...