La Quinta Inn & Suites Nashville Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... places, and I figured I'd check it out since I probably wouldn't see another one any time soon. It was basically female bartenders / dancers, dancing on the bar, being silly, dragging other women onto the bar to dance, and guys standing around awkwardly watching. There were also women standing around awkwardly watching. The whole thing was awkward and weird. It reminded me so much of strip clubs, which are extremely weird and awkward, ...
... is also marked by his controversial position on slavery (50+ on the estate) and the removal of the indigenous population from their territorial lands.The Hermitage sits on over 1000 acres of land that is occupied by the original home along with the many outer cabins that housed the slaves that worked the land and served the Jackson family. Jackson died in 1845 and is buried along with his wife Rachel in a mausoleum that stands in the gardens of the estate. Our ...
... want to chomp into some ribs or pork and some tasty sauce..
Can't wait to try the food here!!!
$7 with tip not bad for a beer and draft in Yuppy ...
... morning, but after the last 3 days I don't think I'd get much sympathy. The smile stayed on my face in spite of the bus (and I rarely smile).
Finally, I'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who sent me anything for my birthday, or wished me a happy birthday. We definitely wouldn't have been able to celebrate so well without your help, and the thought that people are thinking of me from far away has made me very happy indeed. THANK YOU!
Next stop: New Orleans!
... was closed.
Wait. Right next door is the Willie Nelson Museum.
Closed for a private event.
All right, next to that was a place called Cooter’s. Open? Yes. We went in. It’s a small souvenir shop full of tchotchkes from the old “Dukes of Hazzard” TV show. Turns out, Cooter was one of the characters on the show, played by Ben Jones. Cooter’s is his store, and he has ...