Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Elm Hill Pike
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... famous either lives in or used to live in. We get it. A LOT of famous people live here. I guess my favorite ones were Dolly Parton, Peter Frampton, Martina McBride, Waylon Jennings, Lady Antebellum, Minnie Pearl and Taylor Swift’s condo. It was half of the top floor and she even had ...
... bar with plenty of large tables. The place is very cozy.
They have a private parking lot in the back but it is small. The outside area is really nice with trees in the patio area to give you shading. They also have some outside tvs mounted even one near the corn hole playing area.
The feel of the whole area is like you are in a cozy outdoor backyard somewhere enjoying time with your friends and having a beer. I liked it a lot. We ...
... found it nestled in amongst beautiful farm land. It is literally in the middle of nowhere, and is the tiniest little town ever, which is pretty much wholly supported by the distillery, but is a lovely place to visit. We bought our tickets for the tasting tour, and then headed into the town itself to have a look around, as we had a while to wait for the tour to start. The few shops that there were sold primarily Jack Daniel’s tourist stuff (as you’d expect) but there ...
... Steve fits in (6'5"). I put the tv on and on almost every channel is the tornado warnings. At first it doesn't include Nashville and then it started to. We were still planning on heading out but then the tornado warning sirens kicked in. They sound like air raid sirens- they are terrifying to someone who has never seen a tornado in person, but has had to teach about them so is fully aware of the power they contain. So we did what any sensible ...
... plugging in numbers and calling Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. He also loved looking at all the guitars on display, all the rhinestone colourful costumes, posters of Johnny Cash, playing with an old Wurlitzer Jukebox and seeing Elvis’s gold plated Cadillac.
We had to leave for our RCA studio B tour prior to completing the whole museum but our tickets allowed us to come in and out all day. It was short bus ride away and the tour guide was awesome. The Tour ...
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