Fairfield Inn by Marriott Nashville at Opryland
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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We arrived at the home town of country music at around 5:30pm and after a quick shower, change and dinner, we headed out to a local high school to catch a game of football. Sat on the bleachers, it wasn't quite NFL, but for $6 vs $80, I wasn't complaining. Unfortunately we didn't stay longer than an hour as the heavens opened and we were so not prepared for the rain. Shameful Brits!! So we headed in to town to continue doing what we do best.......drink! First bar of the ...
... spectacular. Main Street, Nashville is fast losing its country heritage and, although still showcasing excellent live bands up to five times a day in the bars, is now playing host to more conventional chart and rockier music. The music is still great, but country music is what we, and thousands of other tourists, had come here for, and so Robert's, with its country-music-only policy, was right up our street. This band were playing a mixture of contemporary and old-style music, with ...
... lady advised us of the various admission prices. Jessica and I decided on the regular twenty-five dollar tours and approached separate windows to purchase our passes. As I awaited my receipt the gentlemen who sold me my ticket chipped in with “better luck next year, eh?” I knew he was concerned for my Cubs shirt that has garnered so much attention in just a short morning here in Nashville. You are doomed wearing a Cubs shirt in other states, just ...
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... tastings at Kentucky's Jim Bean distillery was enough to put me off again however. Twenty four types of bourbon, tasted like 24 varieties of petrol.
Our little 9 hour venture to Ohio took us up to one of the country's most northern states. That venture meant the next day, we had to drive all the way back down to the southern state of Alabama. The few thousand religious signs indicated we had entered The Bible Belt of the south. Some of the signs were ...