Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Airport
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... followed. Scenic setting in the south, country style building and smell of grain in the air greeted us. Great tour guide, guided us through each phase and finished with some whiskey tasting, great stuff for 10am! Gift shop full, bottle whisky that we can self dip in wax was purchased we exited stage right, great way spend few hours in the morning. Lunch in the car park around 12, plus convention of corvettes followed while we sat ...
... both ready for a rest. We pointed our wheels towards the hotel and headed back. It was a 12 hour day and although the best part of Nashville is the night life, we were tired. Our spending money wasn’t drinkin’ money, even if I did end up spending most of the trip looking for Ruby.
I arrived at the room first and found our key did not work so I called Jessica to ask the front desk for assistance. She came up with the right keys and we came ...
... best...I brought the leftovers home and Noel wanted to have them later for dinner.
The check with taxes and tip was almost $60 for two. I can only imagine ...
... spa treatment at Salon J. We had purchased the Executive Rejuvenation package, which included a mani/pedi, 1/2 hour full body massage, facial, and shampoo and style (mind you style does not mean a cut or trim). I was a little bummed out about that, but the massage and facial were ever so relaxing!
Next stop, back to our hotel to re-freshen up for the day. Lunchtime was near so we decided to try Jack's BBQ. I ...
... on your birthday let's stop for Cheesecake! Oh My God... I cannot express in words the complete and utter amazement of what followed over the next couple of hours!! Having been presented with an 18 page spiral bound menu featuring every single type of dish you could hope for we quickly selected cocktails to sip whilst perusing the long and enticing range of dishes...and it was only just after noon! My Hendricks and lime concoction served over crushed ice was the ...