Howard Johnson Downtown/Opryland
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... fireworks, along with the radio broadcast. Took a little longer to get to the hotel with all the police enforced detours, but made it ~1am. Didn't get to meet up with Bina, but texted her. Hotel Preston was a little smelly and dingy. Small rooms & weird smell, and the most pricey. ...
FREE to walk across the Bridge. Great Views of the city scene and City Skyline.
Great way to spend an hour or so, great for urban hike with the kids, for those of us that are Budget Crafty..this is perfect and great photo areas...
... I had a bit of a dance. Much braver when the bar is empty! Justin was 'encouraged' to buy a tequila shot and have it with one of the dancers.
We finished in Printer's Alley, an alleyway near our hotel filled with bars. We stayed at the Bourbon Street Bar for a while where there were plenty of people - finally! Listened to a decent band with an old, overconfident singer. The guys sitting next to us knew him so introduced us.
... ourselves something, a couple of t-shirts each and Dave got a cap and finally after all the searching he found a stubbie cooler!
After doing the shops over, we went to the Country Music Hall of Fame - very interesting but got a little boring at the end. However we bought the platinum pass which included a tour of Studio B and we are so glad we did, what an awesome place to visit so full of history. To walk into a studio room where the King, Mr Elvis ...
... shops out of the centre of town, is a Mecca for aspiring and established country and blues musicians. Queues for shows run down the street from two hours before. It's featured a lot in the show Nashville, so Hannah was happy to see that it looks just the same in real life. We were going to see the Open Mic night, followed by their house band, a blues group called Mike Henderson & The Bluebloods. The Open Mic had about 40 new acts performing one song each, and I'd probably be ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Propre, mais pas plus. Déjeuner assez ordinaire, tout comme la connexion Internet.
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