Super 8 Nashville Airport Music City Area
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Innocent enough start to the day with three of us out for a jog in Central Park, any guesses who stayed in bed?
Was cloudy for the first time today and even more humid than we are now accustomed to in NY.
Our last free breakfast for a while so we stocked up and then the first packing test for our small bags, would everything go …
After dinner we walked back to the Sheraton. The kids were in rare form. Ben yelled at a cop driving by that if he didn't do his job, he would do it for him because someone ran a red light.
Finally got to bed about midnight after watching Jimmy Fallon. Ben was excited that Jimmy Fallon did Donald Trump Pros and Cons. Also, he played "Faceketball" with Lebron James. We are going to bed too late and then waking ...
... and people milling about, where I join a queue for security searches. Once I get the all clear with an "enjoy the game!", I head straight for the arena doors, intent on finding a team store. When I do get in the door, I am handed a yellow "Prowl Towel" rally rag. Woohoo! Free stuff :P I still head to the store, and I buy myself a tshirt, but I forgo my usual team flag in lieu of my prowl towel.
My seat is all ...
... quite a while to a local, about Nashville and America in general and Australia in general. We have found everyone so friendly and willing to help. As we had a very late lunch, we headed back to our hotel room on dark and just took in some much needed rest after a big day. We didn't end up heading out again that night as we had an early start the next morning to Memphis. It would have been so good to spend a lot more time in Nashville, a city that we grew ...
... of 'Spot the Nashville landmark and eductae the tour guide' there were two brilliant stops which most definitely made the trip more than worth the cost. First stop was the Ryman Auditorium, the Mother Church of Country and host to the Grand Ole Opry for over 30 years until it outgrew it. An amazing and moving venue with what have been described as among the best acoustics in the world which has launched the career of many of the greats of Country music ...