Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mt Juliet-Nashville Area
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mt Juliet-Nashville Area Mount Juliet
Travel Blogs from Mount Juliet
... of B. That involves a walk, an elevator, a walk, a train ride, an escalator, and a walk. Near our gate is very little to eat so we opt for a Dunkin Donut biscuit and coffee. My spoon would have stood up in this brew.....ahhhh for an English toffee from Tim's. Of course I could have ordered ...
... for 'about this blog' a few days ago to be ready to send. Apparently this must be for me only since it went to the cloud or a dark hole. I finally retrieved it only to find I could not find a way to publish the thing. I just copied for this space, but now I can not seem to get a pin in Wisconsin. You just might have to take my word for where we are sleeping tonight. This has been MUCH too long a day for a heart patient and a gut patient. When Ed ...
... oriental driver we had when we arrived. To the southwest terminal. This is different. Our gate was one of only 3 in this area with its own security entrance. No problems, we went right through. We had to get the $8.50 sandwiches for our lunch on the plane. As we were ready to board the next gate's plane passengers heard the word that their plane had hydraulic issues and would be delayed to Atlanta ...
Well, here we are getting ready to start on another adventure. This time…in the beginning at least…we DO have some campground reservations. Our plans are to leave here tomorrow and drive cross country with the express purpose of meeting our older daughter, Laura and her husband, Tom (along with our grand-dog, Sheeba, and our grand-cat, Bourbon—neither of whom we have yet met personally) in South Fork, Colorado. They will be meeting us in their new ...
... was having some work done on one of his air conditioners.
Wednesday night we had a '50's dress up dinner and dance. The band that played was the best we have ever had at a POG rally. Unfortunately the '50's dress up part was announced after we had begun our trip, so jeans and white socks were easy to do, but a shirt and black shoes presented a problem.
Thur Oct 3--technical seminars ...