M-Star Hotel Nashville Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out how she made the noise happen and how she didn’t wake up to agony in her teeth and gums. But, ah well, I finished my show and took a shower. She was still sleeping after I was ready so I beat her with the pillow again until she shouted, "that’s enough." As I brushed my hair she dozed in and out until she was ready to land her feet on the floor at 11:30 a.m. It didn’t take her long to get ready. As we packed away for checkout I looked in ...
This morning on my way to work.... payday at that... I felt I deserved and earned the ability to splurge a little on my breakfast.... so today I thought I would try somewhere NEW to me... so I used Gertrude my trusty smart android friend and did a search on the Yelp app to find BAGELS nearest me
... with smoked mozzarella, onions, jalapenos and heirloom tomato slices.. They used a olive oil with garlic to put on the crust for a base. It was really good!!!
I think I enjoyed the Veggie White Pizza better than the Pepperoni Pizza slice. We also got our usual half order of fresh garlic and basil covered knots with fresh parmesan cheese. It is really good and our favorite served with a side of some awesome tomato marinara sauce. LOVE LOVE ...
... and we were taken through into a bar to sample some of the whisky types. Lynchburg sits in a dry county, and the distillery has only in the last couple of years had the authorisation to allow taste testing on the premises; even then, you are given no more than one shot of alcohol. We were given three to taste; the Gentlemen Jack, Single Barrel and –instead of the regular No.7 Black label – as it was St. Patrick’s day we got a special Green label version. This ...
... Keys, a stretch of 1,700 islands. The furtherest south is Key West and marks the most southern tip of continental United States. Bridges and causeways link the 192km of islands together. The longest bridge, 7km long connected us to the island we stayed on. Accommodation prices along those islands are on par with New York City. The campsite prices weren't much better but still within reach, so we booked two nights. Sadly, we didn't realise that the campsite was covered ...