Daisy Hill Bed and Breakfast

2816 Blair Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee, 37212, United States | B&B
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Days 271 - 280: USA RoadTrip Mid West & Deep South

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... a big house on a ****** main road. Farewell to you, one horse Memphis town.

The everyday folk out in Nashville, Tennessee sound as if they jumped straight out of a country and western film clip. We attempted not to giggle at their accents. No other place in the world could a city get away with having their nightlife back to back with country music bars. The home of country, Nashville, sure can. Each bar down Broadway had live music with singers, singing ...

Nashville - like no other

A travel blog entry by daretoknow


... intense interaction and then relative solitude and that is, I feel, a naturally occurring process for me - I think it also comes down to recognising opportunities and not hesitating to embrace them, in both spheres. However, I recognised I needed to process some of my thoughts and feelings, and let my body detox for a while so spending time with myself is proving to be very enjoyable... The Al Gore talk was great and I feel lucky to have arrived in town when a ...

Memphis to Nashville Tennessee

A travel blog entry by tessacat


Arrived early at the hotel. Relaxed for a while then headed into Nashville and walked around the downtown area. Hustle and bustle in the streets, people and music everywhere. Went to Joe's Crab Shack for delicious crabs and shrimp and to wash it all down a margarita. Afterwards we went to Honky Tonk bar..... A very happening place.... Excellent music continued all night long real country and western foot tapping music. We rocked back to our hotel after midnight ( party animals ...

Nashville Day 3

A travel blog entry by devsy2612


... weekly gig and it would involve a lot of their friends and special guests. Cover charge of $12 each. I had never heard of them, Carl Jackson and Larrie Cordle. Got there early and looked around a store opposite '2 Old Hippies' This was a very eclectic looking place full of 60s style clothing and bric a brac but the highlight was an acoustic guitar showroom full of instruments for sale. I had to try some of them out of-course. I particularly liked a Gibson 5 string banjo but at ...

A little recap

A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers


... world. There are numerous in Ireland. As you can
see, the Emerald Mound is a good size.

Next stop was Locust House which was sort of a pioneer
house, I suppose you could call it. A family had settled near the Trace and it
went from what they called a "stand" or an informal inn to a more proper inn
(although they said guests slept on the porches). Traders would stay on their
way back up (north) on the Trace since going up the Mississippi ...

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This B&B, located in the Downtown/Vanderbilt area of Nashville, is near Pangaea, BookMan BookWoman, A Thousand Faces, and Posh Boutique.
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