Sleep Inn Nashville Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had an early start to leave our lovely apartment in Nashville. Rick didn't charge a cleaning fee so we stripped the bed and cleaned up everything.
Rang a taxi with our new US mobile phone to take us to the airport for our Southwest flight to Baltimore. Had a bit of a problem with checking in our large suitcase as it was too heavy. Finally sorted it out, but without too much help from Rebecca, the check in agent. Cost us USD25 for a ...
We had a great time hanging out with them and trading baby stories :)
Andrew and I also got to see my dear friend Natalie for some girl time (plus Andrew).
All in all, Nashville was a sweet time with friends and made Jeff and me want to move there even more!
... Lorraine and her precious cargo to the west side of Nashville where the store is located. At first it appeared Gertrude may be taking another timeout because the area just didn’t get the right feel. Once we parked the car we realized the old warehouse buildings bore a shabby chic décor and were well maintained. Inside the store was well trafficked, as families snapped pictures of their children posing with the picks on display. I came across a ...
... color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">This building, designed by noted Nashville church architect Edwin Keeble in the late 1960s, is the fourth downtown home of Nashville's First Baptist Church, established in 1820. The congregation dedicated the in tw building on Easter Sunday, March 29, 1970. This building replaced a structure built in 1886, and although ...
... they hold a mass for pilgrims where they swing a GIANT sensor - can't wait for that!
Watch the movie The Way if you want to see what the Camino looks like. When I get back I'll tell you how accurate or inaccurate it is ;)
Anyway, my itinerary is this: I will leave Nashville early on the 24th to spend time with family (and my new nephew!), fly from Chicago to New York on the 27th, and from there fly to Oslo, Norway on a red eye ...