Quality Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Franklin
... we were touring, and when we said yes he gave us each a big high five. Apparently he has a dream of touring the country, so he walked with us the last couple blocks to Aaron's, and even offered to let us stay at his place. We said bye to Oliver when we got there and made plans to meet up for a beer later that evening.
Aaron showed us around his house and introduced us to his roommates and ...
... him a message letting him know we would be arriving shortly after he and Maya did. Scott's brother, Todd, decided to pick us up at the airport and when Audrey and I reached the terminal in Nashville, Maya was playing with her cousins, Haley and Josh. Then I noticed Scott was carrying the SkyTeam ammenity pack given out to passengers whose luggage didn't make it on the plane with them. So at least we had a toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, and t-shirt. I was able to ...
... br> (CARPET A LITTLE FRAZZLED!) . THE SUITE,
THOUGH, WAS VERY PRETTY AND COMFORTABLE.
I MADE THE MISTAKE OF NOT TELLING THEM WE
NEEDED A NON-SMOKERS ROOM. IT REEKED WITH
THE SMELL OF SMOKE. THE NON-SMOKING SUITE
WAS ALREADY TAKEN. SO... OFF TO WALMART
WE WENT, BRINGING BACK SOME REBREEZE
WHICH DID ALLEVIATED MUCH OF THE SMELL.THE
SUITE HAD EVERYTHING AND MORE THAN WHAT ...
... to visit Nashville, was because Ally had actually done an exchange at school and went to Harpeth Hall for 3 months, and wanted to go back and see the city again and visit some of the friends that she made over 10 years ago. Once we were picked up at the airport that evening by Sarah and her boyfriend, they pointed out a few famous singers houses and why everyone comes to live in Nashville due to the lack of paparazzi. I knew immediately we had made a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking