Americas Best Value Inn Nashville/South
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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.< …
Up around 7:00 for brekky at the motel, before hitting the road for Lynchburg home of the Jack Daniels Distillery about an hour and a half drive form our digs in South Nashville. The road took us on through Murfreesboro and Shelbyville before turning onto a country road full of rolling green pastures and horse ranches a very pleasant drive apart …
... until we got back to Jen-naay and as we approached the back I hear BJ sayin "oh no...." lights were left on. The battery was dead so on the blower to AAA (best $100 we've spent!) Within 15 minutes we had a rescuer pull up and gift us with two bottles of ice cold water and a jump start! Not sure which I was more greatful for (it was HOT!) Sunday we decided was the day for a session. Made our way into town after a small misunderstanding witht he shuttle bus situation (if anyone ...
... a little surreal almost picture book and it is hard to capture that on a camera. Heaven Hill was an arranged tour and we had a good look at the history of this label after prohibition was canned after 1935 and a couple of brothers brought it and created a family business. In fact it is such a family affair the same master bourbon makers family have been employed thought the generations one father handed it to the ...
... And I had a drink called the Tennessee Stud (was long and lean, the color of the sun and his eyes were green......just for you Dad!). The girls finished the night with some swimming and I will consider ourselves lucky that we didn't get kicked out of the Marriott based on the shrieking that is apparently required when you swim. If we're lucky, tomorrow we will make it to Kiawah. But first we have to sample some of Nashville's finest ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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