Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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Not a good start to our arrival in Nashville - we get dropped off at the wrong accommodation so another taxi ride and eventually we end up at the right spot. We dump our bags and head out for dinner. We realise very quickly that we have not packed the right clothes - everyone has boots, jeans and hats of the cowboy variety and every place we go …
... Kennesaw battlefield site. The artillery battery reinactors at Stones River did a 5 gun solo cannon shot tribute to each soldier. Saving their last cannon shot for the loss of their fellow reinactor. It was very moving. The drive between Nashville and Chattanooga is beautiful as the drive takes you into the mountains. Tomorrow is a full day in Chattanooga. Remember the fallen ...
... especially as there were a few convention groups and many hen / buck parties on the loose. Jumped on the Hop on Hop off bus and did the one hour loop. Saw a lot of Nashville and got a lot of interesting info, like there are 700 churches in the city. Hence the story title! A lot of impressive buildings and then lots of bars and clubs. We spent over an hour in the Tennessee Museum, learning much about the frontier life and the Civil ...
... What fun.
We then visited the Country Music Hall of Fame which was very impressive with three floors of country music history.
Afterwards we hopped on the Free Bus which did a full circuit of Nashville and then we got off closer to our accommodation.
We visited the Civil war museum at the Information Centre and spoke to the man there who was so knowledgeable about the civil war. He was ...
... harmonies, we asked local bouncers where to go. We made our way to one of the more buzzing bars on the street, where we chatted to a group of men from Alabama. However, the music in the bar, once it started, was too rocky for us, so we headed straight back to Robert's. After chatting to a young local and his New Orleans girlfriend and being praised for our love of country and desire to seek it out, we bid goodbye to the second great band of the evening and headed back to bed.