Hampton Inn Nashville Goodlettsville
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... barrel of whiskey, and a long story about women who use Jack Daniels in a whole host of dishes in the kitchen. If he had been pushing the product any more, he would have tried to sell us an empty bottle to use as a doorstop. He was also completely flabbergasted when we explained to him that the group we had come in were from all over the world, and had only met the previous day. He simply refused to believe that kind of ...
... to do a bit of window shopping. Funnily enough, a couple of pairs of boots each happened to step out of the window and into our bags. There was a special on, buy 1 pair get 2 pairs free. Well, we couldn't split 3 pairs so the deal was 1 pair full price, 2 pairs free and the 4th pair was a third of the price of the most expensive. Good deal we said and grabbed them.
We only just ...
... font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">The price is okay, I guess..Four dollars $4 for a package of popcorn. They have many flavors to choose from. I always lean towards the cheesy popcorn or the sweet popcorn like caramel corn. But, lately I have been enjoying spicy hot and cheesy flavors mixed together.
... would do and headed to the bar! Two wines, two beers, several chats with people and some dinner the temperature has dropped outside and the rain arrived. Fortunately that was it, our first tornado warning, and it was fine. Despite this i'm going to tell my mum just yet, she gets worried and we are staying in some areas which are mush worse than this so I'll keep it quiet until I'm home safe. Possibly wait until I see her in person so she can see I'm ...
... 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 ...