Sleep Inn Nashville Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... very over powering. Wade thought that the wings were definitely better than the girls. The ones here in Nashville had camouflage hot pants on instead of the traditional orange.
We then wandered up to check out the Tennessee State Museum which was very interesting with lots of information on the history of Tennessee from when it was first settled right up to the present day. There were some interesting displays on Slavery and the Civil War. Unfortunately we ...
... a journalist and is trying to write a piece on Nashville so has booked into this really exclusive restaurant for dinner. I went back to the hostel and was hoping to be doing some rehearsing for an open mic night but it didn't happen and neither did the open mic night the next night unfortunately. Anyway I watched dirty dancing and went out for a couple of beers with some people from the ...
... A lovely girl ...
Then, get this.... We went to the souvenir shop and right next door was a Harley Shop.. How funny. So a good day was had by all.
Then, off back to Nashville, a 3 hour drive today... Graeme does such a good job of driving around the place... It's so difficult to remember you need to stay on the right hand side of the road, particularly when going around corners.
Back in Nashville... It's so much bigger than ...
... for a long time. We shared a cab back over to the East side with a local, feeling happy after a good day. Despite not being country music fans we decided to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum the next day after Donelle had a massage from our host. We opted for the audio tour which was a good idea as it was that busy you couldn't get up close to many of the displays to read anything. Many of the names were still recognisable to non-fans and the ...
... family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">1916 - The wings of the building are completed.
1972 - The building is added to the National Register of Historic Places.