Nashville Airport Inn & Suites
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... we could encounter in other states. Crossing Broadway and stepping in front of Jack’s there was a line of ten people outside the building awaiting seats. Not interested in roasting in the Nashville heat, Jessica recommended Tootsie’s, only a few doors down. There were a few bar sharks sitting under an umbrella promoting the fare of the lounge. We walked on by and were told “Cubs fans love Tootsies.” Knowing that was sarcasm we asked ...
... There is a historical market:
The cornerstone was laid Sept. 19, 1877, by President Rutherford B. Hayes
on the first visit of a president to the South since the Civil War.
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Besides I love to take photos of old buildings and great locations and I will definitely eventually give into the temptation and pay the piper to indulge in the museums pieces of treasure..Just not today!!!
... landed in Miami and I had enough time to eat breakfast and inquire about changing money over, but Argentine currency does not change back into US currency. Then, on board the 777 to Buenos Aires. I again had a row on the side to myself, towards the back. Unfortunately, the toilets did not flush while on the tarmac, so we were delayed taking off by about an hour. The flight was during the day and landed in the evening in Argentina. ...
... about her train rides to Chicago, and New Orleans, and Seattle. “Wherever I go, I want to stay a little longer,” she laughed. “I’m always surprised at what I find!” They called my name; my biscuits were finally ready. And Willard was right; they were the best scratch biscuits I’ve ever eaten. But it’s not the biscuits I’ll remember about the Loveless, it’s the feeling of the place. And that, I suspect, is why most people come. ...
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