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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... river boat rides, 17 restaurants and bars and an enormous convention center, all indoors under a gigantic atrium glass roof. It's really amazing. I've always told Mary that when I stayed here it took me about 15 minutes to walk from my room to the convention center. After walking to the restaurant we ate at last night, I think she finally realizes I haven't been exaggerating.
Anyhow we had a quiet dinner last night and today we're off to ...
... boxed television set. It was more than often tuned to the Grand Ole Opry or some old fashioned country hour. She had to bribe me to come off of the porch by turning the channel to a classic Disney station where they played older episodes of Mickey Mouse and Goofy. Each Disney session was cut short by a game of Rummy. Being a small child my hands couldn’t hold the cards so I sat at the other end of the table with my cards laid spread on the floor. Ruby ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Additional Historical information I found on the internet about this building:
A beautiful, stately, ornate building that served the Nashville area for almost a century before being cast aside, the Customs House is a reminder of what ...
... talking to a man whose wife was also shopping. Long story short we saw him later near the waterfall and he offered us free tickets to the Grand Ole Opry. Well we took them and got to go to the Opry for free and see Carrie Underwood and the Oak Ridge Boys. What a wonderful night!! Moral of the story talk to strangers,be nice to everyone and let your wife shop!!
... which was voted the #5 best place to have breakfast in all of America. http://www.lovelesscafe.com/
Started in the 1950’s from a house to feed passing travellers it is now a hugely popular restaurant and a bit of a tourist site. We arrived at 8:30am to a 30 minute wait on tables so Chris went and got the RV serviced while Zach and I waited. They are famous for their biscuits (like an unsweetened scone) & gravy and smoked meats. They had a whole ...