Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Smyrna-Nashville Area
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... 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">I would eat here again if I was in the area, but I wouldn't seek it out.
The food was good, but I like seated restaurants with table side service better. I hate fast food atmospheres. The place was clean and rather ...
... to us via a dramatic light show and with accompanying music. It was all very cheesy, but good fun. After we’d left Chattanooga, we passed hundreds of fireworks shops on our way towards Lynchburg and the Jack Daniel’s distillery. We briefly found ourselves back in Georgia, before coming straight back through into Tennessee once more. We drove past an air force base before heading off the interstate and into the middle of the countryside trying to find Lynchburg. ...
... of January 2013. In April, one of my coworkers asked to go on this trek with me, to which I agreed. From that point on, John Gano and I had really worked ourselves up. It's all we could talk about and we trained well for it. I had gone to hike Mt Leconte, the 3rd highest mountain in the Smokies and made some adjustments to my trekking training. I had bought $256 hiking boots on top of so much other hiking gear. Gano had spent more ...
... Lounge. Favourite hangout for Opry Stars and up and coming artists/songwriters.
According to Wilie Nelson it is 37 steps from the Ryman stage door to Tootsies back door and 74 back again. This place was full or tourists but Bec and I found a seat at the bar and felt at home. Locals would be happy here. I would be happy being a local here.
The Ryman auditorium
... Yet what I’ll remember most was Julie Buhler, and the atmosphere of the place. Julie opened Ellendale’s in 1999, after a stint as Dolly Parton’s personal chef, and cooking for other stars such as Reba McIntire, Vince Gill, and Garth Brooks. Now she spends her time making her guests feel welcome, and creating original recipes from what she grows in the large organic garden beside the house. She’s an artist too, and promotes other artists in the community; she ...