Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Music City
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... lined the walls. Above the wooden well kept lockers were photographs and sayings of country music legends. In the middle of the dressing rooms lay an area with tables and chairs where the famous guests could chat and enjoy snacks. On the wall of the room was a lined decoration about four feet from the ground. The line was a symbol to remember the flood that took over the Opry house a few years ago.
The last stop on our tour included the main stage of ...
... Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Address: 113 S 11th St Nashville, TN 37206
Comparison: about average
Phone: (615) 226-2622
... park is right here for us all to walk, stroll, jog, ride bikes and walk our dogs in ....for FREE !! This park is absolutely FREE..
I was really nervous because of the HOMELESS situation that Nashville has. We have way too many homeless people and they hang out everywhere.
... and assisted him in gaining Presidency of the United States. Mr Overton was a Circuit Court Judge who travelled to different counties to preside over cases. He would then return home to rest hence the name. The plantation used up to 60 slaves and was valued at $28 million dollars back in the early 1900’s.
It was also the site where confederate John Bell Hood and his confederate army prepared for the battle of Nashville only to be defeated by union soldiers ...
Saturday was another leisurely morning where we hung out in the motorhome. At 11:00 am we boarded the bus for the General Jackson Paddlewheel Riverboat. We had a cruise up and down the Mississippi River complete with lunch and entertainment. The entertainment was a group called Steve Hall and the Shotgun Red Show. This was by far the best show so far. Steve Hall is a musician and comedian and has some very talented musicians in his band. We thoroughly ...
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