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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      Music City USA

      A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen on May 29, 2013

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      ... for a few years in the 70s. We definitely want to visit again when the bar reopens.

      Our next stop was the Ryman Auditorium, also known as the “mother church of country music”. This music venue was home to the Grand Ole Opry until 1943 when it moved out to a bigger venue. The Opry is a country music show that has been broadcasting since 1925 in front of a live audience. The Ryman Auditorium was where Johnny Cash met June Carter for the first time, ...

      A Day of Ups and Downs

      A travel blog entry by 9lives on Feb 07, 2013

      24 photos

      ... of spots to choose from. We visited Legends Corner (Megan Ellis) and Tootsies Orchid Lounge before dinner at Merchants, and then Wheels after dinner. The shuttle would pick us up at the Wild Horse Saloon so we walked back along Broadway to 2nd Ave.

      It was into the 60s today - hooray! Gosh that sun feels good even though it is bad for you!


      A little recap

      A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers on Oct 01, 2012

      47 photos

      ... but also depressing because they know next to nothing about the
      people buried there. They have a few names (perhaps taken from the family
      bible?), but there is only a single marker for the 43 buried there.

      Finally, we stopped at a swamp on the Trace that was full of
      cypress, as you can see. We tried to take some art-y pictures so you can judge
      how well that worked out. Many parts of the Trace, including the swamp, would
      have been much ...

      Shoppin around

      A travel blog entry by andante_abroad on Sep 29, 2011

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      Day 42 29th September, Nashville, TennesseeGoogled and Skyped the leads that Mel gave us which had us driving deep into beautiful countryside about 30 mile south of town – first stop Garry Gilbert's repair workshop, and so many tales and yarns that it was hard to get away. Guitar didn’t quite fit the bill so - next stop, John Wilheim’s. We found his place at the end of a long, long ...