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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... sleeping for about 12 hours.... Feeling it now..
Couple of interesting things, that I've meant to talk about before. I've found the driving ok, although the current Satnav has taken a bit of getting used to.
The odd thing is that on a few occasions over two days I kept going to the wrong side of the car. One of the times I actually got in and shut the doer, before I'd noticed. ...
We got to experience the Nashville traffic as we ventured from the northern part of the city to Franklin which is south of the city. We checked in our hotel, Hilton Garden Inn, and headed into the quaint Village of Franklin.
What a cool town!!! We ate at Red Pony Restaurant, enjoying wonderful appetizers, entrees of beef tenderloin and shrimp and grits. We married the entire meal with a good glass wine, beer ...
... if you ask me but like I said fanatics.
Decided to go and head back so found the multistory carpark where we had parked, payed the toll and then drove to the gate which didn't have an attendant, the barrier wasnt moving so we drove the other barrier, this did the same. We were in there for a while trying to contact the company on the phone but no answer, so I drove up on the curb and around the barrier and shot out, I was just waiting for the police chase to begin but it ...
... I will most definitely be back some day!
Oh and just to finish off the blog for today I'd like to correct the mis-perception that I am the shop-o-holic of the Reeder household. Prior to the Grand Old Opry we spent a couple of hours in the outlet mall next door. And during those couple of hours my husband managed to acquire a new leather jacket, a shirt, a waistcoat, 2 belts and a new wallet....I got a chocolate milkshake! Ok so ...
... only for museums..dooh!
After the Museum we wanted to go and see an old cotton plantation which Tennesse is famous for as well as the other more Southern states like Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi. We went to ‘Travellers Rest’ a famous plantation, now a museum, not only for cotton but for its civil war history. The home was built by John Overton in 1799 one of the founders of Memphis.
Very wealthy, Mr Overton was a good friend of ...