Holiday Inn Express Brentwood Nashville
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Travel Blogs from Brentwood
... to say the least with the three of us sleeping in it, and the notion of personal space quickly became a distant memory. There were bugs everywhere on the Mississippi campsite, and I got bitten at least 236 times by creatures who had clearly never had a Welshman in their midst before. They feasted like kings.
On the second day we went on a day trip into Memphis – home of Elvis (and don’t they want you to know it). Once ...
... me of fish and chip shops at home - lightly toasted bun and a nice fat dog that was fried not steamed. And at the end of our two and a half hour layover in Atlanta (that was only supposed to be one hour), the security guard searching our bags made our morning with a comment he made after he found a little Charlie Brown doll in Kelsey's tote bag - "Don't worry ma'am, I ain't gunna kill Charlie Brown". I popped a couple of antibiotics tablets (just in case the flu was an infection), and ...
We got up in the morning and Linda called Pam, her friend from work, who moved to Nashville a couple of years ago. We decided to head for Nashville. Pam and her husband Don live a motor home in a KOA park just down the road from the Grand Ole Opry. They secured a space for us in the KOA Park. This coming weekend is the CMA Festival, so ...
... with such sincerity, I really want to believe him.
From this point on, the day takes not such a great turn when Elwood decides he does not want to leave the hotel room (not to go to the pool, not to go to the park, not to the car) and then he truly starts digging his heels in and refuses to get dressed. We need to be out the room (or the swines just charge us for another night) – so Elwood gets bundled into the car in ...
... off from Karen’s family for a while and headed down Broadway to downtown Nashville – the part of the city where you can roll down your car window and listen to the music emanate from the bars along the street. The “downtown” area of Nashville is VERY small, but it has a lot of flavor. It is worth mentioning too that Nashville has it's own Parthenon - yeah, a full-sized concrete replica of the famous ...
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