East Park Inn - An Urban Bed and Breakfast

Address: 822 Boscobel Street, Nashville, Tennessee, 37206, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Nashville Airport area of Nashville, is near Adelphia Coliseum, Tennessee Central Railway Museum, Shelby Bottoms Greenway, and Brews Cruise.
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Travel Blogs from Nashville

Honky tonk

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 22, 2014

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... was served in an enormous portion of course. I had buttermilk pancakes, bacon and eggs and Wade had pulled pork with fried apples, sweet potato pancakes, eggs and homemade potato fries. This kept us going for the day that is for sure.

Seeing we were in Nashville we thought we should go and visit the Country Music Hall of fame and Museum. It is filled with all things country from the beginning until now. It covered how country music has evolved and ...

Country Music Hall of Fame

A travel blog entry by saskiabrynne on Aug 28, 2014

... Cities, they were pretty cheesy but a big deal apparently. I was consumed by 18 year olds with their tops off, I felt pretty old and also covered in others sweat which has never appealed to me, not even at 18. But I had fun, we went on to this rooftop bar at the bottom of Broadway, Acme I think it's called. I spent most of the night chatting to Callum and taking the mick out of jocky American ...

Gracelands and back to Nashville

A travel blog entry by deano_mel on Aug 01, 2014


... I thought it was like a country town.. No way, it's a big city, and very pretty.. We went to Chilli's for dinner tonight and on recommendation from sister Ness I was told to have the Baby back Ribs... OMG they were good, topped off with a 2 for 1 margarita offer... Nice!!!

Flying to Milwaukee tomorrow for two nights.. Should be great..

Sorry no photos tonight..l security was very tight and all photos are on the camera..


Day 6 Nashville

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack on Jun 24, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... listening to a lot of songs by re-creating the recording sessions. For example, when Elvis recorded Are You Lonesome Tonight, he started recording at 4am with the studio almost in darkness and it made the song really come alive.

After the tour, we did a little tour of the city with a local guide to show us. He liked to blow his own trumpet a bit about how good he was.

A Honky-Stonking Birthday

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Sep 21, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... owned by my musical hero, Jack White. Known for being fairly eccentric, the front-man of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather opened an old-fashioned, quirky record store, full of cool memorabilia and blasting out tunes from a gramophone. We spent a while browsing the oddities and getting ideas of bands to listen to, and left with a cool new T-shirt.

We had yet more big plans for our last night in town. The Bluebird Cafe, a modest little place in a ...

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