That no-roll-over policy for personal days has you puzzled as to what to do before the end of the year. Should you A)sit at home B)let them vanish or C)take a road trip to Nashville?
Y’all, a Tennessee vacation rental is callin’.
The Crocker Springs B&B is your country Christmas getaway. The gorgeous 1880s restored farmhouse nests on 58 acres where horses and ridges meet, and guests are greeted by a full breakfast–plus dessert if you want it–every mornin’. Chilly temps may inhibit you from climbing on that porch swing hanging from the old oak tree, but it’s a purty picture if we ever imagined one.
If you’d prefer your Southern hospitality in the form of live performers, visit the Grand Ole’ Opry for its Radio City Christmas Spectacular through Dec. 27 for those leggy ladies known as the Rockettes and their accompanying light displays and 100-member crew. For a more intimate, old-school Opry setting, reserve a table for dinner for Louise Mandrell’s “Joy to the World” show in the Delta Ballroom. Yes, that’s Louise Mandrell, the middle sister of the Mandrell powerhouse whose website headshot still manages to make her look like a cougar.
It must be that Nashville air.