Red Roof Inn Nashville - Music City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Apparently Mr. Gleeson didn’t like to fly, so when he travelled between New York and Boston, he did so in his rail car.
Most of the cars were once owned by the Santa Fe Railroad. These cars were the same type and vintage as the ones I used to ride. Heck, I could even have ridden in one of those very cars.
When I finished with the trains I headed back home. Cheryl had been doing some editing on the post and Harley was trying to ...
... climb at the end of the month. And the icing on the cakes was I had not put the memory card back in my go pro so didn't get any video going up or down.
From Pikes Peak we rode to the garden of the Gods but were to tired to enjoy it.
... this contract? Sir, We don't guarantee the make or model of the cars we rent. Oh yes you do. No we don't. So explain to me how another customer has rented this car, a MUSTANG, specifically, at midday? If you can't guarantee the make and model of the car, then tell them that... I have a contract. Part way through his next excuse, the phone rang. It was his manager. We were told that we "might" be able to keep the MUSTANG now, but we would have to wait. I stared at ...
... accents like ours before, as in, not American. They wanted to know all about New Zealand and Australia. One asked why we were in Alabama. We said we had come to hear accents like theirs. Ironic, I know. Their accents were so strong that we had to lean in to understand what on earth they were saying. The manager sent one girl who had the strongest accent over to meet us. Her response to my question, why was her accent stronger than anyone else's, was: "well ma'am, ...
... to the firecracker salmon, avocado egg rolls and Buffalo Blasts which followed. Every mouthful burst with flavour, texture and colour and we even got actual cutlery and crockery to go with it.
We had been warned the portions were big but what a huge understatement that was - each dish could have satisfied a large elephant! It was the first time really we had been confronted with the massive portion sizes we had been warned about - eating mainly in bars where ...