Fairfield Inn by Marriott Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we woke up at a normal time and had breakfast. After breakfast, we packed up and headed to our first activity, Escape the Room - Nashville. Yes we did it again as our first time we were paired with some veterans and didn't get to interact as we felt we should have. This time around we did a different room and had the whole room to ourselves and I ...
Up and away with coffee in hand. Our destination is Nashville today. It seemed like only minutes after we left Cincinnati and crossed the bridge over the Ohio River and cruised into Kentucky. A good day for driving and the weather cooperated once again.
Kentucky was lovely and green. I do believe we are past the snow belt now. As the day went ...
... A lovely girl ...
Then, get this.... We went to the souvenir shop and right next door was a Harley Shop.. How funny. So a good day was had by all.
Then, off back to Nashville, a 3 hour drive today... Graeme does such a good job of driving around the place... It's so difficult to remember you need to stay on the right hand side of the road, particularly when going around corners.
Back in Nashville... It's so much bigger than ...
... Tennessee and is located on the Cumberland River. Nashville is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries. It is also home to a large number of colleges and universities the largest of which is the Vanderbilt campus. For a paltry USD58,000 per year you can send liddle Billy-Bob or Peggy-Sue to one of the country's more prestigious educational institutions. Well rested we took the hotel shuttle downtown for our first look ...
... stay in there for 5-7 years, depending on the taste, smell and colour when it’s tested. We also learned that the different drinks, such as the Single Barrel and Gentlemen Jack, come from different parts of the barrel house, such as up in the rafters, or on the bottom level. The guide said that a full barrel of the 'single barrel’ variety costs about $1200 to buy and that the distillery has to pay about $13 million in federal tax per barrel house. This was the end of ...