Fairfield Inn Nashville Airport
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... Downtown. We didn’t take the freeway so we got to see a different side of Nashville, where the locals actually live and work.
We made a stop at the Bridgestone Arena, where the Nashville Predators play so Ryder could get his puck! Then it was off to today’s big attraction - the “Country Music Hall of Fame”. Three floors of Country Music history, Kevin was in heaven. The kids and I liked the displays of the 90‘s artists to ...
... one-story wings, a one-story entrance portico with 10 columns, and a small rear portico giving the house a Classical appearance.
In 1834, a chimney fire seriously damaged the house with the exception of the dining room wing. This prompted Jackson to have the current 13-room Greek Revival structure built on the same foundation as the former house, which was completed two years later.
The mansion is the most accurately preserved early ...
... the Mayor of Wooster,Ohio and his lovely wife Amy, a Librarian. We are drinking wine, more than they were drinking for sure. Robert and Tony have beer, deep fried pickles and a bologna sandwich. WTH?
Honestly do you not think it is time for us to go for an afternoon nap? Oh no, off we go to the Acme Feed and Seed for more fuel. Then we go home for a nap, and a card game. Does anyone remember the card game?
... Hotel. What a beautiful spot to see at Christmastime. The million lights are amazing! Actually, right next door to our camping ground is the most beautiful Christmas light display I have ever seen. You just drive through the lights. Amazing. Chilled for the rest of the ...
... got in relatively early yesterday and rather than paying an arm and a leg to hotel it in the city, we booked ourselves in to motel 6 just outside and drove in to downtown.
As for downtown there's basically one place to visit and that's Broadway. We started at the bottom, at Rock Bottom in fact, had some dinner on the roof terrace with an awesome view up Broadway. We then made our way to the top and back, popping our heads into the odd bar playing music (which ...