Hampton Inn Nashville-I-24 Hickory Hollow

Address: 210 Crossings Place, Antioch, Tennessee, 37013, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 210 Crossings Place, Antioch, is near Nashville Zoo, Radnor Lake State Park, Long Hunter, and Hickory Hollow Mall.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Nashville-I-24 Hickory Hollow Antioch

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Antioch

    A Tale of Two Shows and The Great Boot Debate

    A travel blog entry by tennesseetales on Sep 21, 2013

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    ... sponsors throughout to the 2,000+ audience seated around the stage it feels like a real throw back to the 50' as you're taken on a whistle-stop tour through 12 different performances. With that kind of variety you're never going to love everyone but without exception, every single one was committed, passionate and dedicated. From the guy who first graced the Opry stage 57 years ago, to The Willis Clan of 12 brothers and sisters fiddling and ...

    City of dreams

    A travel blog entry by brosh2013 on Jun 11, 2013

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    ... of the stage from the old venue on Broadway was transferred to the new location at Opryville. I had assumed there would be two or three acts over the 2 hour show, but there were 7! Lots of different country styles and acts like Diamond Rio, Riders in the sky, Connie Smith, Dailey & Vincent and Rascall Flatts. It was a really really fun night and was a sold out show. They sure do love their country ...

    Smoky Mountains to the Music city

    A travel blog entry by pkumar01 on Dec 12, 2012

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    ... trail in that cold. The trees were frozen and there was absolutely nobody else on the trail.


    The trails itself is not too difficult to walk on, although it gets very rocky in places and sometimes climbing over some boulders is required. Smoky mountains have a very dense forest and it is very difficult to find places where you can get a clear view of the mountains.

    Smoky Mountains aren't called that for ...

    Here we ARE!

    A travel blog entry by armycpl on May 11, 2012

    Left KY and made our way to Nashville. I don't think truck drivers like anyone but themselves. The managed to get me all riled up.....getting right up on my ass and riding my tail. I guess they wanted me to move from the slow lane over to one of the two fast lanes, but I ...