SpringHill Suites Nashville MetroCenter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The green carpet was rolled out for our trip from Arkansas – all is grassy and heavily treed
over gently rolling hills. Beautiful country! Very warm, humid and rainy with
thunder and lightning, days often in high 70’s (think Hawaii). RV park overlooks Priest Lake and fireflies can be seen at dusk – very cool!
Thursday (28th) we drove ...
... sent some drinks over...felt like Sex & The City, and then it happened again! Ha! Anyway we did some karaoke and then sat chatting to people in the hostel until the early hours. It's so annoying that I have booked my flight for Austin. I've been looking for someone to hire a car with and do some exploring and that's exactly what she wants to do....how frustrating. Had a look to see how much it would be to change my flights but it was going to be too much. Anyway we've had ...
... river boat rides, 17 restaurants and bars and an enormous convention center, all indoors under a gigantic atrium glass roof. It's really amazing. I've always told Mary that when I stayed here it took me about 15 minutes to walk from my room to the convention center. After walking to the restaurant we ate at last night, I think she finally realizes I haven't been exaggerating.
Anyhow we had a quiet dinner last night and today we're off to ...
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After settling in we went for a stroll to the harbour, just one small block away. We had lunch at 3pm at The a Cheesecake Factory on the waterfront. We had never eaten at this chain before, which was made famous by Penny from The Big Bang Theory working at The Cheesecake Factory in LA as a waitress. I had a Butter Lettuce Tacos with Chicken and Mexican salad. Peter had Steak Medallions with mashed potato, asparagus ...
... cat in the shrubbery. Across the street an old VW van sat with a porch built around it advertising the sale of hot dogs. Next to the van was a blue house with signs promoting guitar lessons and collectibles. This section of town was interesting but I understand why it is named Five Points. There is an intersection in the center which lead us in five directions and down some side streets, then an alley, and eventually stuck beside a bus parked outside of a hidden ...