Courtyard Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... was v trashy. And also they just squealed the whole time they were here, too much squealing!!!! Christine and I stole some cupcakes from the fridge....serves them right. After a long rest in the hostel we head back out to East Nashville, it's pretty much like East London- very small though and less places to go which is a little disappointing but never the less the ...
... information to read and marvel at. We were also given an audio guide, which gave extra anecdotal information about many of the exhibits. We saw Dolly's dresses, boots belonging to Alan Jackson, a huge display dedicated to Kenny Rogers, dresses worn by winners of the CMAs and cowboy hats a-plenty! There were constant snippets of music being played, interactive video exhibitions and, behind glass panes across from the exhibits, huge archives chock-full of even more memorabilia, as ...
... doesn't have a great deal to do during the day, especially if you are not a fan of country music. It's the city where you'd love to be able to go on a three day bar crawl. The main touristy street, Broadway, is a long road crammed full of honky-tonks, or country music bars. In between, you can find confectionary shops, souvenir shops and in brilliant Tennessee style, Cowboy Boot Stores. I contemplated buying a pair, but ...
... Belle Meade would attract thousands of punters to its annual yearling sales. By 1860, Belle Meade had grown to over 3500 acres with 136 enslaved people working for Harding and his family. Today the Belle Meade Plantation consists of 30 remaining acres and features a winery, visitor's centre, original outbuildings including the Harding cabin, dairy, carriage house, stable, mausoleum and a reconstructed slave quarters. Well that's all for now...y'all come back now ya ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">So I went over to the Farmers Market to get some iced bottle water. I stopped at Butter Cake Babe's Coffee Shop where the sign said ONLY $1...While waiting my turn I was checking out the Gluten Free Baked Goods...cookies, brownies, trail mix, muffins..OMG...so tempting...so very tempting...but I had to be strong..but I have made myself a mental ...