BEST WESTERN Brentwood
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Fantastic beds, really comfy.
Clean, staff were very very helpful and breakfast was good.
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Got the tickets for event thru ticketmaster.
Not quite the big game but very entertaining nonetheless...
Last years champs, the Hammers visiting Nashville. Nashville didn't have a team last year and this was only their second home game.
A very keenly contested first half left the score 28 to 22 for the Venom, with a number …
After my lengthy break in a Starbucks, I thought I'd try an area I hadn't been in.
Found the State Museum which was very very interesting. Exhibits from prehistoric to about 50 years ago, laid out over 3 floors and free to enter. That's my kind of museum.
The first floor dealt with prehistory, the next with the period 1509 to …
Nice hotel, comfy bed. Great location....
Got here fairly early, did blog and off to bed...
Had a a great sleep and was out like a light. Got 8 hrs straight through... Up for a big day in Nashville with indoor football tonight..
Ye all have a good day now..
Got to seep after …
I thought I'd swing by the city centre when I was here and take in some good ol blues boys country music...
Left early and discovered after I parked that I'd forgotten my wallet..... First time on this break and had to head back to hotel and then back down. Was still parked for 8 am and the Johnny Cash museum didn't open till 10.
Arrived at the Carnton Plantation on Franklin battlefield at midday and there was a tour of the house at 1pm.
Carnton Plantation was started by a second generation Irish immigrant from Ulster named Randall McGavock. He was A lawyer from Virginia who decided to acquire some farmland. The original house was a tiny two roomed house. By 1826 …