Red Roof Inn Nashville - Music City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... this horrific wedding party staying in the Hostel, like the bride, groom everyone. It's like Gypsy wedding crossed with Cowboy trash. They all spend the whole morning getting ready in the hostile communal bathroom and the brides maids have fluorescent orange dresses on and boots and the bride has the sparkliest dress I have ever seen. I mean I shouldn't judge, but I ...
... in pigtails yee ha! We all head to the wild horse saloon for some southern food, beer and music and we were not disappointed the food was delicious, the atmosphere was exactly what I expected cowboys and cowgirls everywhere, line dancing and country and western music blaring from the speakers. After dinner we all headed to a funky, quirky karaoke bar were we downed and few bevies and danced to some rock music. A huge ...
... fear death. When Jessica came outside she was behind a man who met up with the blonde haired woman and they made their way down the empty streets. Since the pancake run was early and we were able to get in and out we found the Hillsboro area still asleep. We took a walk towards Fido, a restaurant Taylor Swift recommended in an interview I read the week before. Patrons filled the window seats sipping on coffee and reading the Nashville newspaper. Finding the ...
... to harsh. So today were heading to burben country to sample a few. The Wild Turkey distillery is on the way to Lexington in Kentucky which is our next stop on the road. The tour took us around the factory and shown us exactly what goes into making the whiskey and how long it has to be left for, our guide Jackson was a funny fella, he sounded like Forest Gump but he knew his stuff about the place although he did keep slating the UK. Back at the visitor center was the place where ...