Days Inn Nashville Airport
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The Internet service was terrible. Even with a range extender it barely worked. The breakfast wasn't very good. They had waffles but no butter, although they had margarine, to put on them and it took longer to get the syrup to slowly drain out of the dispenser than it did to cook the waffle. They also had cereal. Their juice dispenser was out of orange juice both days although they did have apple juice. On the second day they also had toast, bagels and muffins.
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