SpringHill Suites Nashville MetroCenter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and went in some gift shops. Then when we were outside a bar he says "do you actually think they used it" and I was like what! And he said "The bar in Coyote Ugly". So I said that I've never heard of it and he just looked at me then tried explaining it and I just didn't have a clue, then he realised I was only about 4 when it came out so it made him feel old. We met up with Nicole at 5pm and we headed to camp where we met her Dad, Courtney, ...
... and took his place. Their names were Matt and Chris (nicknamed Freeze or something?). They told me they had just driven 7 hours from Indiana to Nashville because Matt is moving up there to be with his family (we chatted about this later - his story ended up being very similar to mine). Automatic conversation starter! I told them I just drove about 7 hours too. I told them I was from Pittsburgh and was passing through for a couple days so I could see ...
Nashville was a lot of fun. I got in to town early enough to check in at the hotel and go out to walk around downtown for a while. It was hot but not too bad. The Cumberland River is right there downtown and it was pretty and green. There was a lot of activity, a lot of tourists walking around, and it reminded me a bit of Memphis/Beale Street and Cannery Row and every other tourist town in the world, with t-shirt shops, barkers trying to ...
... bag lucky it didn't contain our passports only my licence, we have finally made it to our hotel room in Nashville!! Mmmmm don't think we will be flying Delta airlines ...
... place the Broadway Brewery was way too depressing and possibly one of the few places with no live music.
We popped into Honkey Tonk Central for 4 or 5 songs and one overpriced bottle of beer (which we would soon realize was the standard price around these parts) That was pretty cool but we had to keep exploring and obtain some nourishment.
We moved on from there to Merchant's (good reviews on yelp... no music but good food) We got in there ...