Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown
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... but it was folded up so I couldn’t see it anyway. Of course every museum has their tour groups exiting through the gift shop and that is where we found ourselves before leaving. Since this was our last stop in Nashville I decided to grab a gift for my youngest nephew and a shot glass for a friend back home, who collects them from the different states. I only spent $6 since I rely more on my memory and photographs as souvenirs. I also had a few hotel pens ...
1522 Demonbreun St
Nashville, TN 37203
$2 domestic everyday 11 - 7 yippee!!!!!
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... days and to lose Nashville. The home was brought by the railroad company next door which was expanding rapidly and luckily after considering razing the building they restored it in 1954 and turned it into a museum. The tour was interesting but you were not able to take any photos inside and the guide was kind of stand offish towards me (Zach was sleeping so Chris couldn’t do the tour) I think he knew I wasn’t from the South and probably didn’t share ...
... radio show so you see everything that goes on between the four portions of the show as well as well as the commercial breaks. We saw a total of 12 entertainers. The highlights of the show were Joel Crouse (I predict he's going to be a big country star someday), Old Crow Medicine Show and the Charlie Daniels Band. All the acts were good though, and we enjoyed the entire show. If you've never been to the Grand Old Opry, I suggest you put it on your bucket ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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