Super 8 Nashville Airport Music City Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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6 am start to the day, key shower and tea in a kitchen was name of the game. Packed up the tents for the day and on the road by 8am. Random trip to graveyard was a surprise detour after 20 mins on the road. The visit was to see the the founder of KFC. Mr Col Sanders himself, we all laid rose and paid our respects to the man. Few hour drive down the road we arrive at the Markers Mark distillery for bourbon. Tour of the grounds and how it ...
... any luck it found its way to my throat and I began choking. I managed to survive the attack of the cornbread by gulping thoroughly on my water. Would this mean I needed to stop the cheeseburger jokes?
Following her meal Jessica ordered the blonde brownie dessert with ice cream and a caramel sauce. I didn’t order one because of the handful of snacks I ate earlier in the day. While waiting for the dessert a skirmish took place with another family ...
... on a late Monday afternoon. Most normal people are at work I suppose. We walked to a couple of other places and had some drinks, but none of the talent was really sticking out.
Then we hit the jackpot at Tequila Cowboy! Great band, food, and people watching. The band was the Brian Mullen Band. There was interaction with the audience, and the band really knew how to put on a show. We were able to contribute to ...
... and assisted him in gaining Presidency of the United States. Mr Overton was a Circuit Court Judge who travelled to different counties to preside over cases. He would then return home to rest hence the name. The plantation used up to 60 slaves and was valued at $28 million dollars back in the early 1900’s.
It was also the site where confederate John Bell Hood and his confederate army prepared for the battle of Nashville only to be defeated by union soldiers ...
... the worst of it. It was a pretty uneventful trip down to the distillery with hardly any close shaves. It was sad seeing all the US flags flying at half mast in recognition of the Boston bombing victims. I arrived at the distillery around 9.30am and promptly booked myself on to a distillery tour. There are 2 tours, a free one and one which includes tastings for $10. The decision on which tour to take was not difficult I'll give you the red hot tip. I also took ...