Sleep Inn Nashville Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of town let alone the county so hadn't a clue what we were asking them . Anyway we arrived here well ahead of schedule so went to visit the Belle Meade Plantation for a tour and wine tasting , brilliant !!! Guide was superb and made it a blast , which is always good when learning history. Afterwards we stopped at Moe's southern grill for burritos ..... massive ! Then on ...
... this horrific wedding party staying in the Hostel, like the bride, groom everyone. It's like Gypsy wedding crossed with Cowboy trash. They all spend the whole morning getting ready in the hostile communal bathroom and the brides maids have fluorescent orange dresses on and boots and the bride has the sparkliest dress I have ever seen. I mean I shouldn't judge, but I ...
... noise with its hooter beforehand. Wonderful!!
We drop into the local BMW dealer, Grassroots.What a friendly place with very helpful staff John, Pat Brian and Josh. If I lived in the USA, I would certainly buy a bike from here. Bob gets a slight oil leak sorted on his final drive - he gets his bike fixed as well. Tee shirts are abound - one up manship from Bob means he buys three compared to my two!
... 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!!
... the previous few nights. The home of country was remarkably dancing to the beat of an R&B drum as all the pretty young things from the local campus and suburbs flooded the street to take-on the tourists. Bars with names such as Bootleggers, Whisky Bent Saloon and Honky-Tonks blared out loud and brash chart-toppers from up to the minute artists which just felt strange - it wasn't what we had come here for and we didn't seem to be the only ...