Hampton Inn Nashville / Brentwood I-65S
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... a bike to cycle to Shelby Park, after eating a huge breakfast burrito for lunch I need some exercise. Also I need a die hard JC diet, it's too hard not to turn into an absolute pig in America. My baggy too big dress is now popping at the buttons. Had a lovely cycle trough Shelby Park, it was so pretty and so nice to get out of the city. But actually still be in the city. Loads of funny birds and lots of ...
... Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">I would love to go into the church but I realized the current church is NOT the original church but I bet it is still gorgeous inside. I have a thing about historical buildings and the architecture of them. some people enjoy this as well and I hope if you are one of them you enjoy my reviews..I try to include some historical factors about the buildings. I love to take URBAN HIKES and check them ...
... line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">I liked the couches and chairs like livingroom seating arrangements. It was nice and intimate settings. I loved that. It needed more bartenders. I didn't like to wait for my drinks. When I want a drink, I want a drink..not later..but that is something else..that was Customer service issue...lol !!!
... children, grandchildren, and grand-dog, too. Lunch\brunch was at the Belle Meade Plantation, previously a famous thoroughbred horse farm. Rollie drove us around to see the neighborhood sites and Nashville highlights including huge mansions, Vanderbilt University, Studio B and the area of town where all the recording studios are found, the state Capitol, Farmer's market, performing arts ...
... Steve fits in (6'5"). I put the tv on and on almost every channel is the tornado warnings. At first it doesn't include Nashville and then it started to. We were still planning on heading out but then the tornado warning sirens kicked in. They sound like air raid sirens- they are terrifying to someone who has never seen a tornado in person, but has had to teach about them so is fully aware of the power they contain. So we did what any sensible ...