Pillow Menus at Hotel Preston, NashvilleWritten by Jay Tradler
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Pick a good book from an impressive selection in their library. Have milk and cookies delivered to your room for only three bucks! Order your own rubber duckie to keep you company in your bubble bath! Enjoy a CD of smooth ocean sounds or go back in time with a library collection of classic favorites. Order chocolates, champagne & candles for a romantic night, or a night of solace on your own! If you're bringing family, coloring books and crayons for free for munchkins! Indulge in genuine Starbucks coffee and tazo tea, which is supplied in your room to enjoy as many cups as you’d like during your stay!
Hotel Preston also provides an all hours, full service room service with impeccable and authentic courtesy. Not only did I appreciate speedy southern hospitality, but Caesar salad that I ordered was terrific. With proverbial appetizer out of way…I was ready for a main course, but alas. It was bedtime . . . oh well, there was breakfast to look forward to. And it was worth wait!
Food and beverage director, Gary Byrd oversees chef at hand and serves up a top notch breakfast buffet. Picture copious amounts of fresh, firm fruit, scrumptious muffins, delicious pancakes, eggs, bacon, and tasty regional favorites.
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ALASKA - BRIEF TRAVEL GUIDE Written by TravelMake.com
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WHEN TO GO: Alaskan summers are cool, average temperature is +14 deg.C (58 F) in summer and -12 deg.C (11 F) in winter. It receives midnight sunshine in May- July and goes into 24-hour darkness during part of winter. May to September are best months to visit for warm time activities. You can check next week weather forecast for Anchorage here. GETTING THERE: There are many direct or one-stop flights from major US cities. The largest Alaska's city, Anchorage, is under 4 hours from Seattle by air. Anchorage is 2,463 road miles from Seattle, 3,608 miles from Los Angeles. It is more convenient to fly to Anchorage and rent a car or RV on spot. To travel by water you can take a cruise to Alaska or use Alaska Marine Highway Ferry . TRAVEL TIPS: Northern weather can be unpredictable. Consider taking with you and wearing multiple layers of clothes in response to a wide variety of temperatures and weather conditions. Alaska is more expensive than most other states: apart from two dozen hostels there's little budget accommodation, and eating and drinking will set you back at least twenty percent more than in Lower states. Still, experiencing Alaska on a low budget is possible, though it requires planning and off-peak travel. From June to August room prices are very high. May and September, when tariffs are relaxed and weather only slightly chillier, are just as good times to go, and in April or October you'll have place to yourself, together with a smaller range of places to stay and eat. Winter months are becoming increasingly popular, particularly for spectacular aurora borealis . At this time of year hotel rates drop by as much as half. We wish you a nice and safe trip!
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