La Quinta Inn & Suites Nashville Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Very much love slow starts to the day...slept until we woke today and enjoyed our own cooked breakfast before we head out on our adventures. Finally got our uber account working today so we got a ride straight to the downtown information centre at Bridgestone arena and grabbed all the necessary tourist brochures and maps, purchased a four attraction ticket for the upcoming days, used the free wifi and then checked out the Tennessee Sports hall of fame. Naturally ...
... both ready for a rest. We pointed our wheels towards the hotel and headed back. It was a 12 hour day and although the best part of Nashville is the night life, we were tired. Our spending money wasn’t drinkin’ money, even if I did end up spending most of the trip looking for Ruby.
I arrived at the room first and found our key did not work so I called Jessica to ask the front desk for assistance. She came up with the right keys and we came ...
... was great before we headed off for our night at the Grand Ole Opry.
The show is on three times a week and is actually broadcast live on some radio station - it is divided into four segments each with three artists. At the end of each segment this really serious guy Eddie Stubbs has to read commercials and it's hilarious - the best part of the night! The music was ok .....
Glad we went but it's done me for Country music for a loooooong time.
... house which faces North. In 1860 census they had 39 slaves in 11 dwellings over the property and had constructed a smoke house for winter food, a spring house for summer food and several outbuildings for livestock. Principally, they raised hogs.
In 1843 Randall passed away and left his house to his son John, who in 1848 married a Louisiana Lady named Carrie Winder. They had five children , although only 2 would make adulthood. In 1861, the family sent the ...
... of live entertainment and drinks. It was quite packed for a Sunday mid-afternoon. We settled on the rooftop and the band was pretty rockin.
We had a need to go see a favorite band of ours at Margaritaville so we went and checked in to the Best Western, which was a godsend! Comfy bed, clean bathroom, and safe environment. After primping and all that woman stuff we women do before we go out on the town, we decided ...