Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Music City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... moved on toward the actual hotel. I asked the crossing guard where to go and she handed me a map, showing me where to go. I walked inside and was taken aback by the sights inside. There were flowers, trees, a river, restaurants, statues... so many beautiful things, all inside the building! There were three areas to see - Magnolia, Garden Conservatory, and Cascades. I had my camera handy so I was able to get some pretty sweet pictures. In one of the outside gardens, I was trying out ...
... worth it though. Pancakes, bacon, over easy eggs (Mam!!!). Then Lyndsay and I went to Rippeys and Tootsies and then later we try and get in to The Bluebird with Kevin, Jared and Calum but the queue was huge and we didn't manage so we ended up going for a pizza and then back to Broadway. We finished the night in The Tin Roof, weirdly their was a DJ, scratching and MC'ing along with a live country band. It sounds awful but if was absolutely ...
... in the round this evening. Eight Ball is quirky, his name, his songs, his style. He once sported a big red beard which thankfully he's lost. He looks 15 years younger and is playing with unhesitant confidence. Before catching the shuttle home, Deanne and I rounded the evening off nicely by dropping into "The Bootleggers Inn" for a nightcap. "Two shots of apple pie moonshine, thank you ma'am!" "Comin' right up!" It was good. RCA Studio B is over in a part of town ...
... The Taste of Music City was a great experience and different from other similar festivals we have been to. Rather than an entry fee at the gate and then having to buy food, they only offered pre-purchased tickets that let you taste as much as you like. Local restaurants and producers could then showcase their best dishes or products in small portions. It also controls the flow of people so it was never too busy, we made our way around fairly quickly and sampled a ...
... pitch perfect. One thing I noticed is the crowds all take their county music very seriously. You see them sitting around in their checkered shirts with big Stetson hats studying the band for any mistakes. Only when they get it very right do you see them click their boots and get up for a knees up on the dance floor.
On the last day in down we walked round the whole town finally seeing it in daylight. There's a nice enough riverfront, plus it's ...