Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Not a good start to our arrival in Nashville - we get dropped off at the wrong accommodation so another taxi ride and eventually we end up at the right spot. We dump our bags and head out for dinner. We realise very quickly that we have not packed the right clothes - everyone has boots, jeans and hats of the cowboy variety and every place we go …
... in the process. They said that instead of taking him downtown, there was a really nice dog park just a few miles away. They gave us basic directions and suggested we take Harley there.
They headed off to dinner and we loaded up Harley and took him to the dog park to get some sniffs and exercise. When we arrived there were about a dozen or more dogs and owners there. It is a huge park with lots of grass and trees. It has a picnic area that has a ...
... at junctions you could hear the Cicadas buzzing away you could even hear them while riding at slow speed through tree lined streets a very annoying noise. And they make one hell of a mess when they splat on your visor and very painful if they hit anywhere else.
We struck lucky with the motel again, third ...
... a stressful blur. The signs arrived saying rental car return. This won't be too painful right? As easy as... well you know... One lane, a rental return lane and I can't remember who I rented the car from last night. Then we saw the 9 rental company signs with different entrances!!! Ok. I decided to drive down the DOLLAR lane as that's who we needed to rent the Mustang from. well we didn't know what was going to happen. Do we arrive and get waived down this lane. ...
... t fried!
Our lack of local food knowledge at this restaurant wasn't the only thing separating us from all those in their Sunday best. From the moment they said "come right on in", we were treated like minor celebrities. Immediately, word got around that two Kiwi/Aussies were there. At first, like many Americans, they thought we were English. We overheard people saying "have you heard their accents, go over and listen to them". We met dozens of waiters who had ...