Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Nashville - I-40 & 1-24 (Spence Lane)
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Hotel was perfectly located to the main strip and the staff were excellent, particularly Kelly T.
Loved that you could use the hotel's printing facilities and 24 hour gym too.
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... Apparently Mr. Gleeson didn’t like to fly, so when he travelled between New York and Boston, he did so in his rail car.
Most of the cars were once owned by the Santa Fe Railroad. These cars were the same type and vintage as the ones I used to ride. Heck, I could even have ridden in one of those very cars.
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... than Country and Western.
Saturday 6th June
Hot start to the day and just kept getting hotter 88f and very humid. Herds of Harley's were roaming around everywhere, many of their riders looking very comfortable in their t shirts and shorts and no helmets, madness. By about 2 o'clock both of us were feeling ...
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... that there's no choice when we really need to be somewhere, than to drive all day. This is when the Walmart stops are so great. We're really good at them now - we have an App that tells which of these stores allows overnight parking; we show up, put out one slide, hire a movie from Red Box - always situated in Walmart and costing $1.20 per night for an up-to-date film, eat, sleep and up and continue the ...
... evening in Cincinnati, Ohio. Over a few too many glasses of wine, we chatted for many hours about travelling and life in general. Those ladies made that trip all those many months ago and Elizabeth made our stay in America's midwest. It was so good to break up the travelling and spend time with a friendly local. The morning after that night of red wine, I swore I would never drink again. Quite obviously that ridiculous declaration wasn't going to last very long. The ...