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TravelPod Member ReviewsThrifty Inn Nashville
When I first called the hotel I got a run-around about their rates. I was told I couldn't order on Expedia but that's what I wound up doing. I drove to the hotel and checked in. The room was dark and at least one lamp didn't have a bulb in it. The Internet connection was very slow. In the morning I went to get breakfast. The only food I found was hot dog rolls, coffee, which I don't drink, and cereal but no milk. I mentioned to the person at the reception desk that the juice machine seemed to be turned off and just got a shrug of the shoulders and no explanation (or juice). I skipped the hot dog roll and headed back to my room.
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