Days Inn Downtown/Nashville/West Trinity Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We stopped by Honky Tonk Central where we were entertained by some very drunk people (they were men) attempting to dance (yes line dance). They were enjoying themselves that’s the main thing. The band here was modern country called Tim Bride and they played a few rock songs as well. We tried a few of the local brews and chatted to the locals and then headed off to the Robert’s Western world which was a much ...
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... and shelter from the downpour, simultaneously died.
Eventually, following some less-than helpful locals (the first we had met on the whole voyage!) and some equally unhelpful map reading by me, we finally saw the green signage of our hotel in the distance, pointed our car towards it and crawled through the traffic and rain to the sanctuary of the Holiday Inn. Never has such a mid-range, business hotel conjured such rapturous joy! We parked the car, quickly changed and grabbed ...
... as you are in Illinois. My shirt seemed to stick out like a goat at a baseball game.
We hopped in line and walked through a few access ropes. Jessica was asked to get rid of her bottle of Coke and the man put us in the elevator with nearly fifteen others, warning all riders not to use any audio or video recording devices but allowing us to take as many pictures as we wished. The elevator reached the third floor and the first room was the Taylor ...
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