Americas Best Value Inn Nashville/South
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... warm day (mid 60s). When I saw Baby Claire strapped to Will's chest I encouraged him to grow a beard and re-name his baby Carlos. He said he would think about it. It was great investing some quality time with my friends and getting brought up to date on the current events in their lives.
While it was great spending time with some old friends, I also enjoyed ...
... a bit while driving (see photo). “Abe” is still turning in better than advertised MPG’s. Gas is still $3.36. We are having great luck with these Super 8 Motels. The franchiser seems to be cracking down on them. Each one is very similiar - well equipped and maintained. Even the snacks for the breakfast are the same - down to the same sweet rolls each place. Anyway, one more night in Georgia and we will be in Florida the next ...
... she whispered in her sleep and slept with her glasses on, I got really scared and thought she was casting a spell on us. Obviously Jamie has stayed in a hostel before so he knew what to expect - that didn't stop him getting annoyed with a random guy using an electric shaver at 7.30am. Our group is nice - which is a good thing, considering we are spending the next 20 odd days with them. We have four Ozzies, one Kiwi, three Swiss and one other Pom (apparently that's what ...
... for Kelsey). We ducked in and out of stores just to soak up the frosty air-conditioning before plunging back into the heat, eventually making our way all the way down Collins Avenue to TGI Fridays where we had a little lunch. I had a New York cheddar Angus burger, Kelsey filled up on a whole bunch of vegetable sides, and Caitlyn had sizzling shrimp and chicken – and it wasn’t anywhere near as expensive as TGI Fridays back home. We wandered ...
... as a lot of flatlanders drunk and on vacation. There are hefty girls in cowboy boots, wearing these really unfortunate dresses--strapless things that kind of balloon out. They travel in packs, led by frigid looking alpha blondes. There are douchey drunk guys walking down the street and trying to high five strangers--in Boston we call them BC students. It is, I guess, what one would expect.
There is a lot of music--and some blues places ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed