Vista Inn & Suites Airport East
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... to be the case everywhere we went. As we were looking to experience as much Nashville as possible we didn't want to confine our experience to one place so our next honky tonk was Layla's at around 830pm. Layla's was bluegrass so we plonked ourselves at the bar and settled in to the not so busy bar...that was until the ice hockey game at the nearby Bridgestone arena finished and we were swamped by Nashville Predator fans who had just enjoyed watching their ...
... a couple of days, and we fell back into our routine of sipping and listening to music. It was good to spend a short time with Donna Revel Andrews and Mike, classmates from Ashland High days. They are one of the nicest, most devoted couples I have ever known.
The Miller family--Libby, Mike, Skyler, and Waylon (along with the dogs Charlie and Jackson) have a beautiful new home, and I am glad I was able to help them move.
2300 Two Rivers Parkway
Nashville, TN 37214
Sunday, May 18th, Tony and I decided to go for a walk on the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge after "Pigging Out" at Five Points Pizza ( our favorite ). So, we parked at Two Rivers Parking lot near the Wave Country Pool and locked the van, ...
... watching the stars. Our pleasant time with the Putt’s was almost over.
In the morning both girls shed a few tears, was it because we were leaving or were they glad to see us go – we are sure it was not the latter. David then dropped us off to the airport on his way to work for our flight 9.10 am flight to Los Angeles.
How lucky are the Putt’s get rid of one sister only to be blessed by another in November! Could be a bit confusing for The Big ...
... did not disappoint. The pancakes were seriously the best pancakes I have ever had! The place was full of Bonnaroovians and apparently we got lucky because we only had to stand in line for 30 minutes. I highly recommend stoping if you're ever in Nashville.
That's it for The Music City. Wish we had more time in each state to explore some more, but it's on tithe next ...