Springfield Inn

Address: 2001 Memorial Blvd., Springfield, Tennessee, 37172, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2001 Memorial Blvd., Springfield, is near The Legacy Golf Course.
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      The Grand Ol' Opry

      A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... came on and they duetted a song which will feature in series 3. They are not faking the singing those two. Also 93 year old Little Jimmy Dickens was a surprise guest; and this veteran of the Opry wore a proper rhinestone suit. He resembled Blackpool illuminations when he strode on to rapturous applause. Jimmy is the oldest surviving Opry member. He is also probably the shortest , imagine Jimmy Clitheroe brought up in Kentucky only with songs.He sang a ...

      Winner's Bar and Grill

      A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on May 18, 2014

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      $2 domestic beer in long neck bottles on Funday Sunday

      May 18th, Sunday, Tony and I decided to Urban Hike today again in Nashville. So, after we made a few stops we ended up here...Winner's Bar and Grill on the West Side off Broadway near Vanderbilt University.

      It is a Sunday and about 11am..so its not really crowded...A good thing!
      Our Waitress was very friendly and quick to greet us, but didn't give us her name..We ...

      Caves, Whisky and Music City

      A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... like baking bread mixed with whisky- and we were taken inside to the boiling hot room where the mashing was taking place. The guide made us stick our heads inside one of the fermenting pots, which had been filled three days previously, and it nearly blew our heads off! The alcohol and CO2 was so strong that it felt like our noses had been burned when we inhaled it. The mash was bright yellow and bubbling away due to the yeast; it looked quite sinister! We also got to smell ...

      Honky Tonkying it up in Nashville

      A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Sep 08, 2013

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      ... original piano that Elvis used for his 200 plus recordings, was surreal to sit and touch the exact same piano that Elvis produced his magic on. Troy and I have always liked Elvis but we've become big fans now, we're sucked in and this was before we hit Graceland.

      We hit the Honky Tonks ******* our second and third nights which are mainly on Broadway Street and very quickly feel in love with Tootsies. If you're not aware ...

      Slow Sunday start

      A travel blog entry by martinsnet on May 26, 2013

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      ... so that Brendan could get some rest.

      We did get a chance to watch the Indy 500 and by late afternoon, after a long nap, Brendan was back to himself. We went back again to the Gaylord Operyland hotel that evening for dinner and had a great adventure touring the hotel and its interesting nature biomes. It was almost a hike all in by itself. That night all of the boys took to the pool for a ...