Hilton Brentwood/Nashville Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... friends that showed up for on last shin-dig at the Sadler Abode.
MEMPHIS FAMILY VISIT
Amanda and I traveled to my hometown of good ole' Memphis, TN to hang with my side of the fam one last time before we leave. My niece Annalise was the center of attention as per usual, you can see her in the album below playing dress up with her favorite Aunt Amanda! Also hitching a ride on ...
... This lead to a complex and essentially quite dull conversation about bitter and lager. She was thrilled though and told us about how she'd had an English English teacher when she was a kid, who she had adored purely because of the teacher's accent. "Why thank y'all for making me so happy," she said as she toddled back to her seat. Think of her pleasure if I'd told her the Tommy ...
... AWESOME!!! So thick and juicy. It had jalapenos stuffed between the hamburger patties with avocado slices and cheese..it was really good. The Tennessee Dawg, well it was different. The brat was really good, with a onion poppy seed bun with tomato slices, pickle slice and spicy green beans and deep fried onion ring strings on top with some sweet spicy banana pepper relish...it was different. I would not order it again, but it was not disgusting..just NOT for ...
... folk love to come out and play. It's a much bigger scale than Memphis or even New Orleans. The Main Street called Broadway goes on and on with country music venues, all lit up with neon lights. The sidewalks are a throng of people, all ready to dance and drink the night away.
We drove up from Alabama in two cars. I had to hand the rental back, so Rachelle went in Kelly's car and I did the last leg of the road trip by myself. It was teaming rain ...
... days and to lose Nashville. The home was brought by the railroad company next door which was expanding rapidly and luckily after considering razing the building they restored it in 1954 and turned it into a museum. The tour was interesting but you were not able to take any photos inside and the guide was kind of stand offish towards me (Zach was sleeping so Chris couldn’t do the tour) I think he knew I wasn’t from the South and probably didn’t share ...