DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Nashville Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Nashville Airport
Nice room and accommodations. However, this was actually the best bed we've had over the last 5 nights. So cozy, it just wraps around you. That's not to say you sink into the mattress, it just makes you feel like you are being hugged.
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We stayed at Double-Tree Suites last night. The bed was so cozy, it just wrapped around you without sinking into it. We're going to take our time going home.
We had forgotten about Nashville being in Central time - which is good for us. So before going to the hotel, we went straight to Claim Jumper. Our memory of eating at the restaurants in Chicago and in California are that the waiting line was usually an hour. Actually it took us longer to find a parking spot at Opry Mills than in being seated. :-) …
... too, got her Skippy pat from Big Joe. Just as we were leaving he was by the door smiling, saying good night to folks. He shook Deanne's hand and yes, "Yessum, you sure can dance." High praise indeed. As we rode the mid-night shuttle back to KOA, Deanne and I both endorsed the wonderful time we had just had. "Sad to think," said Deanne, "but it won't be long before this is all a memory." I nodded. "How can we keep this alive," she wondered. "Only one way I know," said I. "Move ...
... there! I honestly didn’t pack a glitzy outfit for it but hopefully they won’t turn us away at the door. Well, I just got back from the Awards Show. It was all I had hoped for… and more. And I worried needlessly about being turned away. The peasants in the nose bleed section were dressed very touristy.
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