Ramada Inn Dickson

Address: 2420 Highway 46 South, Dickson, Tennessee, 37055, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2420 Highway 46 South, Dickson, is near The Renaissance Center.
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Go Predators

A travel blog entry by maddeng on Sep 27, 2014

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So why Tennessee? Well Clarksville Tennessee is where two of our dearest friends, Drew and BethAnne are living. Drew Paul was our Pastor at home in Australia for many years . They moved back home to the States a couple of years ago for a number of reasons. One of which was Drew's re-enlistment to the US Army. He is based here at Fort Campbell as an Army Chaplain. Marion and I have been promising for a couple of years ...

Boots in Nashville

A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jun 23, 2014

... hoping it would clear but instead the rain set in. It only got heavier, the walk down took forever, desperately trying to keep the iPhones dry. Took 45 minutes to get down in torrential rain, we were completely soaked through. We're supposed to visit a waterfall that you can slide down further along the blue ridge parkway but spirits severely dampened we screwed that and drove 4 hours on to Nashville in Tennessee, home of country music. We aren't fans ...

San Jose to Nashville

A travel blog entry by gerryu on Mar 28, 2014

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... Katy Chiu and friends had recommended a local fried chicken house for some authentic fried chicken. Hattie B's was delicious! We had three types of chicken - all delicious with varying degrees of hotness. The local Tennessee beers couldn't keep up with the chicken. Tried to listen to some music at local bars, but the U. of Tennessee basketball team was playing in the sweet sixteen and music wasn't playing until much later at night. Too late for us old folks . . ...


A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Nov 26, 2013

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... it was near closing time and buffets never look good near closing time. So, I took a couple very poor pictures of the huge L.L. billboard and we headed on down the freeway to the all night truck stop where the waitress there told us fascinating stories of growing up in Loretta Lynn, Tn.

When asked whether the movie The Coal Miner's Daughter was ...


A travel blog entry by michaelwedgwood on Sep 23, 2013

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... need to liven up." She had no idea that she could have something to do with the bored vibes that permeated the room. Downstairs was a duo that simply kicked aaaaass! But since there is so much competition in Music City, how could anyone get a job with so little talent as the ones upstairs? There were sadly also at least a few other bands fitting into the same category. But all in all a great evening. Maybe the best thing was the ice cream store we stopped at on the way home. ...