Baymont Inn & Suites Nashville/Brentwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After years of dreaming and months of planning, our California Adventure is quickly approaching! Traveling, camping, and experiencing educational activities growing up are some of my fondest memories. We have been blessed to experience several wonderful trips with Lawton and Carolina already, and our wishful list of future trips is quite long! Taking a cue from Sara, we want to savor every possible opportunity that we can with our family. When I count how many summers ...
... memorabilia and images of the man in black over time. There were recordings of his songs on different mediums and also recordings from different periods of his life. It was a fantastic tribute and well worth exploring. We had a coffee at the museum cafe which is worth noting as it was amazing. I was told by so many people before we left that we would not be able to get good coffee in the USA but so far we've struggled to find anything but good coffee. As ...
... costs $15 to wander the historic pews of the Ryman but if we wanted to go backstage on a guided tour it would only be another $5, so we paid the extra money. Our tour wouldn’t start for another hour and a half but the adorable aged ticket seller said our self-guided portion of the tickets were valuable all day so we could take that tour now, go get ourselves some ice cream, and come back for the guided tour. We partially agreed to her suggestion and began ...
... do right with architecture. It is one of the finest pieces of Victorian architecture in Tennessee and was abuzz with activity until the late 20th century when the United States government decided it didn't want the building anymore. Fortunately, the Nashville Metropolitan Government did, and took possession of the building for redevelopment.
... list, the lady kept asking people to leave...in fact while I was in the restroom my husband was told to leave..he said NOT until I finish my drink and wife gets back from the bathroom. I then had to tell her again, we were already checked in..
We left about 35 minutes into the event..my husband ...