Select Inn Murfreesboro
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... designed and acted...drama and theatre are a big part of the curriculum over here. We in the UK could learn something from that...drama being all but cut from the National Curriculum at home... So now I find myself at Nashville Airport on yet another freezing cold morning, surrounded by the yellow-shirted Pittsburgh Steelers NFL fans (who played and thrashed the Titans here last night) awaiting my flight to Nawlins. Thank you Nashville. You are a great town. It's been a ...
Change of venue today due to 2 things- 1. The Country Music Association award ceremony and concert is on today and there are lots of road closures in Downtown Nashville. 2. It started raining heavily at 6am this morning and is still raining at 9pm. We went to the 'mall' for a couple of hours then to the Nashville Palace - a very large bar and dance venue in East Nashville with music all day from 11am to 2am, ended up staying all afternoon - ...
Today saw us take in the Country Music Museum and Hall of Fame. Country music may not appeal to all but we easily spent 3 hours in a very, very impressive building and seeing all the gold discs on the walls make you realise that 'country' is the biggest selling genre of music. Included was a trip to Music Row and Studio B. Music Row is ...
... br style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Plenty of cannons and wagons around with signs to read. You can use your cell phone to dial the number and then press the corresponding number on the sign and a man will talk to you like a tour guide..VERY NICE and again ALL FREE...check it out...Great way to spend a few ...
... General in the British cabinet, who was instrumental in drafting the Balfour Declaration was appointed the first High Commissioner of Mandatory Palestine, generally simply known as Palestine. During World War I the ...