BEST WESTERN Plus Belle Meade Inn & Suites
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... has a view of the harbour.
We went to our room on Level 1, No 103 and opened the curtains and there was a lovely view of a side alley wall. I thought I better check that she gave us the right key. She was very apologetic and promptly changed us to Room 903 a suite on the 9th floor with a separate bedroom and lounge room. Two flat screen TVs and a perfect view of harbour. I was so glad that I double checked.
The staff at the hotel were ...
... us. They have a beautiful, large home. The deck in back is screened in and has a couple of swings on it. It's a great place to just hang out. We had some water and tea to drink and then we went for a drive. We went down to Gardendale and saw the new high school then we drove by the house where I lived while I was in high school. Somehow, the house seems smaller. The front door is red now. Later, we ...
... it symbolized the end of Southern Reconstruction after the Civil War. Approval for a federal building dates to 1856, but construction delays and the Civil War caused Nashville to wait for more than twenty years for a facility to house federal courts, customs, and post office. Treasury architect William Appleton Potter designed this grand example of the Victorian Gothic style. From its massive yet ornate stone block a central clock tower soars. The many rich details, ...
... begining of the evening was a bit of a battle between me wanting a drink and Louisa wanting to buy evrey pair of cowboy boots that she saw in NUMEROUS shops. Thankfully the shops shut and we enjoyed everything the Honkie Tonks had to offer.
The next day we did some serious shopping for the 'perfect pair of cow boy boots' before spending the evening at the Ole Opry to see some authentic ...
... why. They go through the whole bus getting to know everyone and use people's names through out the tour to poke fun and they had everyone on the bus in hysterics, Char, Shannon, Clinton and myself were all victims of this banter often. It was a fantastic tour, funny while being informative and boy could they sing. There were times when we are stopped at lights and they hang out the bus calling out to people on the street. They also told us that ...