SpringHill Suites Nashville MetroCenter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Nashville is as lively as expected - plenty of bars with live music and people everywhere. Plenty of places to buy cowboy boots! The only trouble is there is a long wait for food so we start wandering the streets (as you do!). By chance there was this lovely lady also walking down the street in the same direction as us. We got talking apparently she (Gail) was here for the weekend as she ...
... in the day but it wasn’t very early either and the amount of people visiting seemed small. A door to the left of the main entrance led to Will Call where we purchased our $20 tickets for the backstage tour. Around the other side of the building approximately twenty people awaited outside a large wooden door for the back entrance to the tour. A young lady in shiny black boots stepped out from the door and called for the 12:30 tour group. Our tickets were for ...
I love Panera Bread..I am a club member which earns me points for free food and you also get a free birthday surprise...so its a great free program.
This morning I stopped for a Everything Bagel with Roast Veggie Medley Cream Cheese.
May 18th, Sunday, Tony and I decided to Urban Hike today again in Nashville. So, after we made a couple stops and we ended up here...Loser's Bar and Grill on the West Side off Broadway near Vanderbilt University.
... and wanted to go, GREECE. In particular, Santorini, Greece. Along the way, we are going to be stopping throughout different parts of Greece, Turkey, Croatia and Italy for TWO weeks! At this point, I feel like I'm on the edge of a cliff, with one leg stretched over the edge about to fall into a blissful, weightless joy before the hard reality of a grown up life takes over in a few months.