Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Music City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... no-kill shelter.
We met his wife a bit later when they were leaving for dinner. At one point I asked the man what kind of work he did before retirement and found out that both he and his wife were pilots for UPS. Wow. I didn’t see that one coming. They mostly flew 727s, but later flew Airbus 300 series planes. She said she liked the 727 better because she could 'fly’ it more. It was a little bit sportier. I said some comment about being ...
... were left to rot. The gas chamber was gruesome to as we sat there to have our pictures taken on the very same seats that people were gassed on.
After the tour the temp was rising and we were glad to get ...
... probably picked cotton not far from here. I feel a separation. An us and a them. I dismiss it. The drive back starts with some photos in daylight in front of the Casino. The Yellow Camaro looks great, and I drive out of the car park and straight up an off ramp - the wrong way! Jock, Jock... Mark is yelling. We make it up the ramp and I drive across to the right hand side checking both ways. So easy to do. The highway drive is great. It's a beautiful day. The ...
... who fixed it even fed me Krispy Kreme donuts and coffee while they were working on BBB.
Easter plus a few days, was great with Tammy and Graeme as always. We had a magnificent Easter Day dinner and generally ate and drank too much for days - no change there then. Tammy is doing really well so that was a wonderful added bonus for us to see her bouncing back so brilliantly from a terrible last year.
... in smaller country towns. Finding an open restaurant in a small town, on the day of rest however proved rather difficult. We found one place open and it served their famous catfish. After Vietnam, I was worried that fried cats would actually be served. Dave reminded me that the south is famous for seafood, so we would be safe from a purring plate. All the food comes out fried. This sadly didn't surprise us as nothing in the south is fresh. We found it hard to taste ...