Baymont Inn & Suites-Briley Parkway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... rushed than any day we have had thus far. We had a 3 1/2 drive from Memphis to Nashville and tickets to the early show at the Grand Ole Opry! It was going to be close. The kids did great holding their bladders until we arrived at the campground, setting up the trailer, getting changed (nicer clothes for the Opry), and back in the truck in 1/2 hour. Amazing turn around!
The Grand Ole Opry was something Kevin had always wanted to see. He said ...
... it not been for the signs on the freeway that we saw yesterday, I would never have known about it.
When I arrived I was greeted by a woman and welcomed to the museum. I was the only patron at the time. She told me a little bit about the place and mentioned the many excursions that the museum hosted, using their own trains cars and locomotives, which I would view later. They had a small room that held a number of railroad equipment. There were old ...
... and asked for food suggestions. They told us Pucketts Market was good so we walked down to check it out. There was a big line up and they place was super busy so we figured its got to be good. It is a southern BBQ place so Chris got BBQ Chicken and I got Pulled Pork. It was pretty darn delicious. Okay so we were still kind of full from the BBQ meal in Kentucky from the night before but we were in Nashville! You don’t ...
Nashville is great. We listened to music in the bars, visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and The Grand Ole Opry. Its so much fun bar hopping and listening to really great music. The Hall of Fame was good too, but we did not know many of the artists that it highlighted. Going to the Grand Ole Opry rates right up there like when we went to the Royal Albert Hall to hear Eric Clapton, the Calgary Stampede and to the Woodstock Museum in Bethel, NY. ...
... He was in the right place. For $6, the plate was full of three large pieces of fried chicken, baked beans, white bread and SLAW. A combo to block the arteries and stretch the fat pants. We are beginning to really miss fresh fruit and vegetables. Apart from the fried chicken experience, the only thing going for Memphis, Tennessee was Graceland. We saw Elvis Presley's house from the outside rather than paying a whopping $70 to enter. Meh! Unless you're an Elvis fan, ...