Fairfield Inn by Marriott Nashville at Opryland
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On Wednesday June 18, Tony, Noel and I got up and decided to go hiking around Radnor Lake. We opted to take Sammy with us. We had a great walk around the park but we didn't go all the way around the lake because Sammy was not allow on the trails in the woods around the lake..but what ...
Nashville is a truly awesome city. We didn't really know what to expect except lots of country music, and that we found.
Walking down Broadway Street is a very cool experience. There's loads of bars and restaurants all with a live band or solo singer, boot shops selling the most fabulous cowboy and cowgirl boots, clothing shops stocked with everything you need for that real southern look and giant neon signs outside every bar.
... I really liked this spot and I would go here again..The prices were right, staff friendly and she is in a band. We asked if she was playing anywhere currently and she said she wasn't ...but she is such a beautiful lady with a great personality and speaking voice.
She sings Rock so Tony and I would definitely like to hear her perform..We made a new friend today,...thanks Peyton for making us feel like we were back ...
... of Fame, so I'll share photos of her in all those places.
First, let's talk about the music. More music is recorded in Nashville than in any other city in the United States, except for New York City. Nashville is home to some of the most famous places to hear country music, including the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium, the Bridgestone Arena, and the Belcourt Theatre. There are many music clubs ...
... also interesting to see the influence of the other music genres on Country Music with Blue Grass and Honky Tonk and ultimately how the country music industry had to adapt to Rock and Roll to maintain popularity. They have a massive archive and only display a small proportion of the memorabilia they have. With the new hotel next door they are expanding with more exhibit space.
Zach had a blast with his own 'phone’ (aka audio tour handheld listening device) ...