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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... my bloody sandal in the shower and splattering blood all over him. It turns out it isn't a little scratch and it's a really deep cut. So afterwards I decide to go and watch Sarah sing, which turns my day around. The band she sings with are really funny. And I end up sitting there for about 4 hours, drinking fire ball and beer with a couple from Pennsylvania (I think) they remind me of my Uncle Paul ...
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Also one of my favorite things, FREE to use..except for the wave pool and golf..you have to pay for that, but the greenway, playground and picnicking is free...There are also some skate board jumping areas aka Skate Park for the ...
... guide and he was excellent. He told us so much but made it interesting to us and provided an excellent tour. He was personable and fun to take a tour with. I would recommend the tour as there is a crazy amount of fun stuff to learn about Nashville. So much happened here, and it isn't just the music. We were shattered on the way back - lots to take in. So back to the room, chill for a while and a plan for the route to Savannah. I really wanted to ...
... Lots of guitars on display and facts and figures about country music charting its history from roots in European folk, gospel, blues and jazz. Afterwards we went downtown to sample the music on offer in the bars on Broadway which curiously was more rock than country. After walking round for ages not agreeing where to eat we eventually settled on a place Val spotted - a Nashville equivalent of Subway where we all had huge wraps filled with lovely food. We then did a bar crawl and ...
... to shop our other stores.” I sat on a bench near the door for a while, chatting with two well-behaved kids dressed in their Sunday finest. “Are you a granny?” the little boy with the bow-tie asked. I bragged that indeed I was; he wrinkled up a dimple face and leaned against me for a hug. Sister leaned against me then; she was in need of a granny hug too; their mother said they’d been waiting two hours for a table. They were regulars; we talked about the ...