Days Inn - Lebanon
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Days Inn - Lebanon
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn - Lebanon
Travel Blogs from Lebanon
... cheap beers, a few tables with a thick cloud of nicotine hovering above them and a stage consistently filled enthusiastic karaoke participants. The clientele was a mix of bikers, punk rockers and hipsters all there to drink, smoke and get down. I ordered the first round of $2 and $3 beers and before the tops were popped I was informed by the bartender (Santa’s wife) that I would have to move and get out of the way as soon as my cash was on ...
... main drag there are loads of bars, or Honky Tonks as they’re called, where there is almost always live music. We went into a few places, looked around, scouted out the area (finding out where to meet Jean) and then went to another place with pool tables.
How lovely it was to meet up with Jean. We had a fantastic dinner, (thank you so so much Jean that was amazing of you treating us to a supurb meal, we love Subway but that ...
... I believe he was in his early 30's and loving life in the south, same pay scale as CA. I also met a UA member (pipe fitter), in the store, who was from Bakersfield, he had nothing good to say about Tennessee.
Our home, for the next 4 nights, is Cedars of Lebanon State Park, about 31 miles east of Nashville. Here we have water and electric hook ups but no sewer or WI FI.
Thursday in Nashville was a Trolley Tour and a visit to the ...
... to Corky and her son, Randy and his wife Michele for taking us around town and showing us this great city.
The evening was most exciting too. We went to the Grand Ole Opry and enjoyed the entire show which featured many old timers as well as newcomers such as Scotty McCreary. Great fun. It is a beautiful theater and we really had a blast.
The pedal tavern was a first for me. That was hysterical.
See you tomorrow.
Rita & ...
... Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee (although we were interrupted on our journey when we resumed the course near Memphis, as there was road work taking place). But...we were able to stop at the site where Meriwether Lewis (of Lewis and Clark fame) died on his way to Washington DC for some official governmental and expedition-related business. The site is Grinder's Inn on the Natchez Trace. At the time, ...