Americas Best Value Inn Nashville/South
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The rooms were nice, although closer to the airport than Downtown Nashville. The reception and management were nice. Especially when our tablet was stolen out of our hotel room. The manager was very accommodating.
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Woke up this morning around 7:30, no breakfast at the hotel but had a quick cuppa before hitting the road. Headed to downtown Little Rock which was pretty quiet being the Sunday of a long weekend, walked the surrounds of the Dickey Stephens Stadium, home of the Arkansas Travelers before heading to the riverfront, the Arkansas River is mighty big.< …
... an amazing place to be.
After lunch, and a spot more aimless wandering, we headed back to the hostel to prepare for a night out. After a spot of pool, which I won (naturally), we went in search of Nashville's famous Barbeque. On a recommendation, we found a small, run down place called "Jack's BBQ" which sits relatively inconspicuously on Broadway, jammed between large bars featuring live music. I ate the pulled pork ...
... NOT eat there again for the sheer fact the darn flies drove me away..
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