Howard Johnson Nashville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... worth it though. Pancakes, bacon, over easy eggs (Mam!!!). Then Lyndsay and I went to Rippeys and Tootsies and then later we try and get in to The Bluebird with Kevin, Jared and Calum but the queue was huge and we didn't manage so we ended up going for a pizza and then back to Broadway. We finished the night in The Tin Roof, weirdly their was a DJ, scratching and MC'ing along with a live country band. It sounds awful but if was absolutely ...
Nashville is a truly awesome city. We didn't really know what to expect except lots of country music, and that we found.
Walking down Broadway Street is a very cool experience. There's loads of bars and restaurants all with a live band or solo singer, boot shops selling the most fabulous cowboy and cowgirl boots, clothing shops stocked with everything you need for that real southern look and giant neon signs outside every bar.
... want to see the original Grand Ole Opry” and that’s what we did. We did the behind the stage tour which wasn't as grand or fancy but nice. We went into several dressing rooms which were themed after Johnny Cash, Minnie Pearl, and Hank Williams. The auditorium itself looked like a church because it originally was a church ...
... some really great photos of the home and found some information about him on the internet. Nashville restoration projects spent quite a bite of money to restore the home to his glorious status. If you are visiting Fisk anyway, you should walk over to check out this stunning home located on the corner.
... weekly gig and it would involve a lot of their friends and special guests. Cover charge of $12 each. I had never heard of them, Carl Jackson and Larrie Cordle. Got there early and looked around a store opposite '2 Old Hippies' This was a very eclectic looking place full of 60s style clothing and bric a brac but the highlight was an acoustic guitar showroom full of instruments for sale. I had to try some of them out of-course. I particularly liked a Gibson 5 string banjo but at ...