Days Inn Joelton-Nashville

Address: 201 Gifford Place, Joelton, Tennessee, 37080, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 201 Gifford Place, Joelton, is near Marrowbone Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Joelton

      Day 45

      A travel blog entry by saskiabrynne on Oct 01, 2014

      6 photos

      ... a bike to cycle to Shelby Park, after eating a huge breakfast burrito for lunch I need some exercise. Also I need a die hard JC diet, it's too hard not to turn into an absolute pig in America. My baggy too big dress is now popping at the buttons. �� Had a lovely cycle trough Shelby Park, it was so pretty and so nice to get out of the city. But actually still be in the city. Loads of funny birds and lots of ...

      Moose Head Kettle Corn at Farmer's Market

      A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on May 18, 2014

      3 photos

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      If you buy three you can get a fourth on free..Maybe if you had several in your group, that is a great bargain. But I always just get one at a time. I actually bought this popcorn at the Grand Opry Auditorium for the first time, while watching a performance there.. and fell in love ...

      Nashville Afternoon

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 18, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... which at one time was the biggest in the State. It's even more famous because they kept fantastically detailed records of everything and they only ever sold two slaves and they always bought families and encouraged them to raise their own. Not interbreeding!!!

      The slaves seem reasonably well looked after and many stayed on afterward. Although they quite often changed their name to Washington and Lewis.. The descendants of the slaves became ...

      Events leading up to this trip...

      A travel blog entry by emily100 on Oct 26, 2013

      ... gear than the actual trek, in fact. We were sooo excited....and I have to admit, I was very nervous, too. Scared might even be an applicable word? The more I read, the more I was freaking myself out. Well, all that last week prior to leaving, I kept seeing lots of uncustomary rain in the forecast for Lukla, Namche, and Gorak Shep. Why?? The monsoon was supposed to be over! Therefore, I posed this question on tripadvisor.com to ...

      Toad Suck - Who Names These Places, Anyway?

      A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Oct 14, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      On the way into Little Rock, a brown attractions sign read "Toad Suck Park." Are you kidding? Who would want to go to Toad Suck Park? Or is Toad Suck another local term for something delightful like FROG jam (see FROG Jam - Disgusting or Delectable)? As it turns out, the town of Toad Suck recently won top honors in an online poll to find America's most unfortunate town name (check it here). In ...