BEST WESTERN PLUS White House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... This lead to a complex and essentially quite dull conversation about bitter and lager. She was thrilled though and told us about how she'd had an English English teacher when she was a kid, who she had adored purely because of the teacher's accent. "Why thank y'all for making me so happy," she said as she toddled back to her seat. Think of her pleasure if I'd told her the Tommy ...
... for my event at Anthem. I will definitely go back here soon.
Great job to the cooks in the KITCHEN...great great job ...
... you should eat it, he will let you know, for all the Seinfeld fans, he was Nashville’s Soup Nazi. Sam’s was a small shop on the corner of Printer’s Alley, a part of town that got its name from the surrounding printing and publishing area. The Alley was also known for its nightlife, bootlegging and gentleman’s clubs. Inside the shop there were three tables, a open sushi bar and some hand written menus on the walls. When we ...
... the outside. What's nice about this area is that The Parthenon is located in a huge green park. There's a pond, people having picnics, and snow cone vendors! We got snow cones for $2.50. It was definitely a nice way to cool off from the summer sun beating down on us.
At this point, our 2 hour bike rental was coming to an end, so we decided to return them and walk to the Nashville Shelby Street Bridge to take a million more photos. This is a really nice place to ...
... but one thing lead to another and time went by, we only got to our motel at about 7pm, we rearrange to meet the next night so headed out to find some dinner. Staying out of town, the options were limited. And we weren’t really in the mood for eating. So we get to a place, and luckily they have pool tables. What fun!! We play a few games, Lisa gets called Canadian by an American! I’m sorry but Canadian’s seriously don’t ...