Hampton Inn Nashville Goodlettsville
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... There is a historical market:
The cornerstone was laid Sept. 19, 1877, by President Rutherford B. Hayes
on the first visit of a president to the South since the Civil War.
For the Budget Crafty: they have some really great pricing for certain days of the week..which can be very helpful
I love to eat here ...
... Tennessee plantation that was built in the early 1800s and became a famous horse breeding farm. That was until the late 1800s when the state declared gambling illegal, affecting the horse racing business. The plantation lands were sold off and then the house itself was sold. In the 1950s the house was purchased by the state and became a museum. Descendants of the family donated the original furnishings so now ...
... adjustments and floundered all day. Like many Gators losses during this disaster of a season, the defense kept the team in the game, which only added to the torture as I believed we still had a shot to come back. Them bums in orange and blue didn't on this day or any other day for the rest of the season. Ugh.
I was pretty tired from the previous five action-packed days and there was ...
... the Station Inn - a well known country music venue. This was basically a single storey shed with wooden tables and seats - very basic but funky. The place was full and we found the only 3 seats free next to a couple from Minnesota, Paul and Chris. It was the weekly bluegrass jam and there were dozens of musicians jamming along to bluegrass songs. We learnt that the cheapest way to drink was to buy a pitcher of beer for $11 and 3 plastic ...