Extended Stay America - Nashville - Vanderbilt
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Monday July 27 - Day 14
It’s hard to imagine that today is the half way point in our journey. In 14 days we will be home. I feel like we just left! We have seen so many things and done so much in the first 14 days it will be exciting to see what the next 14 bring.
This morning started out with a quick visit to “Antique Archeology”, a store owned by Mike Wolfe one of the hosts on the TV show “American ...
... Andrew Jackson’s time here. Many were trees taken from the many battlefields that Andrew Jackson fought as General during the war of 1812. Because of his determination, combined with his willingness to suffer alongside his men, his men came up with the nickname "Old Hickory."
The Hermitage was built in a secluded meadow that was chosen by Rachel Jackson, wife of Andrew Jackson. The original mansion was a two-story Federal-style building, ...
... the block. Today it is a National Historic Landmark.
We had a backstage tour, walking in and out of dressing rooms loving the stories of our tour guide. Costumes from Loretta Lynn, Hank Snow, Minnie Pearl were on display along with other memorabilia. Everly Brothers were discovered here in the back alley. This is an alley that hooks up with Tootsies Orchid Lounge, 37 steps away, a bar many frequented in ...
... is a little pricey but it comes with fries and is very delicious. On my way to my room I walked through the indoor garden and my room is gorgeous. I won't have a hard time falling asleep tonight but I am excited to wake up and explore the hotel.
... br style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">IF you are visiting Nashville you should really take a stroll in this lovely park.
Again, Free is always great...