Country Inn & Suites Nashville Airport East
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
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After feeling sufficiently hungover this morning, Christine (Philidelphia), Hayley (Oz) and me head out to get some breakfast. We found a place called The Southern, which is kind of swanky- live jazz, posh napkins, pretty much feel like Sex in the city. But I reckon they do hungover more glamorously than I do. Anyway, I had fried chicken and waffles and it was divine. ...
... slowed down with a game of pool in the bar, slightly Intoxicated, missed cued by all and generally good feeling and laughs had. Only minus of the night is that we can spend longer exploring this country soul. Nashville lived up and surpassed my imagination. So the night ended with game off table football around 12ish boys vs girls no need to say who won, we slowly trudged back to the room and slept with smile on our faces... Memphis ...
One of the most remarkable things I'm learning about the States is that each city is so different from the last. This observation was never more apparent than when we arrived in Nashville. The words 'are you' dissipates into the single word 'ya'll' and people here are noticeably more friendly. The city of Nashville looks like it's stuck in a timewarp between the times of the Old West, and modern times.
After a short walk ...
... is also marked by his controversial position on slavery (50+ on the estate) and the removal of the indigenous population from their territorial lands.The Hermitage sits on over 1000 acres of land that is occupied by the original home along with the many outer cabins that housed the slaves that worked the land and served the Jackson family. Jackson died in 1845 and is buried along with his wife Rachel in a mausoleum that stands in the gardens of the estate. Our ...
Today while walking in Bicentennial Mall State Park, we got very HOT..it was like 82 degrees and it was only 920am.. We walked around the park, took us about 45 minutes to enjoy the sites and fountains. We had Sammi with us and she enjoyed the walking around as well..