Howard Johnson Nashville
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... photographs of its alumni adorned the walls. Here, our enthusiastic guide talked us through the history of the building, and played music from their incredible back catalogue,which contains some 35,000 songs in all. We heard from the greats of Country Music, and then were treated to an exceptional experience. We left the foyer and passed down the corridor and into the chequered-floored Studio B itself. Despite other, larger studios being made available to him, Elvis always preferred ...
Nashville was a lot of fun. I got in to town early enough to check in at the hotel and go out to walk around downtown for a while. It was hot but not too bad. The Cumberland River is right there downtown and it was pretty and green. There was a lot of activity, a lot of tourists walking around, and it reminded me a bit of Memphis/Beale Street and Cannery Row and every other tourist town in the world, with t-shirt shops, barkers trying to ...
... sides of the brownie were bits of caramel corn. I pointed out an area of the restaurant and made Jessica look so I could sneak off a piece of the caramel corn. I was caught and the sneaky bite wasn’t worth it. She finished the brownie and we proceeded into the store to pay our bill. Hidden in the corner of the store were gift cards with Brad Paisley’s picture and this excited Jessica. She planned on purchasing one but didn’t know when she ...
Gorgeous building with tons of history
You can't help but notice this gorgeous building located on Broadway. When you think of HIGH SCHOOL ...this is what I imagine...this school reminds me of the historical building I attended High School in West Virginia ....Charleston High ...
... see some of the venues in the city which had featured in the show. My fab best friend Cath had booked us on a 'Nashville Sights' tour taking us around all the places of interest which had formed the show. It was a brilliant way to spend a Sunday afternoon if more for the comedy value than the myriad of amazing sights we saw! We should have realised that as about 75% of the show is filmed inside a studio there's probably not much to see around the town but ...