Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Smyrna-Nashville Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... who fixed it even fed me Krispy Kreme donuts and coffee while they were working on BBB.
Easter plus a few days, was great with Tammy and Graeme as always. We had a magnificent Easter Day dinner and generally ate and drank too much for days - no change there then. Tammy is doing really well so that was a wonderful added bonus for us to see her bouncing back so brilliantly from a terrible last year.
... as the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892; it later became the home of The Grand Ole Opry, a radio show broadcasting from 1943-1974. After that, it fell into disrepair until Emmy Lou Harris and her band performed there in 1992, sparking a renewed interest in the auditorium's history.
I could almost hear Minnie Pearl shouting ...
... reckon all were the same.
I gave the sauna and jacuzzi a go though. I was the only one in the pool area so nice and relaxing. Angharad cut my hair as it needed doing, I know what my mum is like for commenting on my long wavy hair, thing is though is that because it November they have no shave month, or Movember. So I haven't shaved so far and I'm looking scruffier and scruffier as the days go by, at least I cut my hair though mum. Chris and Shaky had headed out for drinks, I ...
... baseball players. Good stop.
Then I headed to the grave of Zachary Taylor. He was our 12 President (1849-1850) and the second President to die in office. He died shortly after eating some cherries and iced milk at a 4th of July celebration at the Washington Monument (under construction). Some historians speculated that he had been poisoned by pro-slavery people, and his body was actually exhumed where it was determined that while he ...