Fairfield Inn by Marriott Nashville at Opryland
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... choices to choose from when it comes to locally-owned dining venues.
55 South (403 Main Street, Franklin, TN - http://eat55.com/) is a great place for Southern comfort food. The restaurant is named after the interstate stretching from Memphis, TN to New Orleans, LA. I enjoyed the flavorful and spicy Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya. I sampled the Pecan ...
Well, we finally reached the "East". We crossed the Mississippi, Ohio, and Missouri Rivers today. The Archway is still in Saint Louis. See the photo - we crossed the Mississippi on I-64 south of the Arch. It was an overcast day with light rain most of the day. Got through downtown Saint Louis traffic easily, and despite the rain, it was smooth sailing all the way to Antioch, TN - just a few miles south of Nashville. FGM is doing well and ...
... of them, there's nothing wrong with them, but there's also nothing right with them. They are exactly like semolina porridge. He likes his with butter. I'm not sure about that, I remember as a child having it with lots of brown sugar and milk, but not too much milk as you don't want to thin it out and make it last too long :) Tonight it was fried chicken followed by peach cobbler. Much better than the grits. If Memphis is the birthplace of rock and ...
... of the show was dated.
That's all from Nasville.
Have been meaning to tell you in the last few posts about K's obsession with going to / driving in as many US states as he can, even to the point of driving the wrong way out of Memphis to visit Arkensas. We didn't even stop, just drove over the bridge and turned round at the first Interstate exit to come back into Memphis (Tennessee) to drive ...
I think the recurring theme of this trip will be the word, hot. 90 degrees today. Our first stop was Knoxville, TN. We visited the Sunsphere. It's been there since the World's Fair in 1982. The view from the top was great! Best part is that it is free to go to the top. The World's Fair Park was very nice with lots of fountains.
Then we walked across the street to the Holiday Inn. The World's Largest Rubik's Cube is housed there. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking