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TravelPod Member ReviewsHutton Hotel Nashville
Location not great for those seeking the strip. Service patchy. Rooms fine, but no bathtub!
If you're into the music, I'd suggest staying on the strip instead. I've learned that "shuttles into town," which sound so great when you're comparing prices and rationalising a discount, are the bane of my existence, something to be avoided in the future.
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... the mansion. The plantation’s main income was the breeding of thoroughbreds starting in the early 1800’s. Horses such as Seabiscuit , Secreteriat and Barbarro, and every horse to race the Kentucky Derby since 2003 can trace their bloodlines directly back to Belle Meade. The grounds included the carriage house and stables, smokehouse, slave quarters and a winery (the only winery in Tennessee). Our tour concluded with a free wine ...
... 50 per night, we rented a tent in someone's backyard! When we arrived to this persons backyard, it was full of tents. In fact our arrival meant the owner had to buy another tent. At least with a new tent, it was waterproof. Five tents and five couples camping in a dodgy neighbourhood with a makeshift shower and bathroom facilities, next to the chickens. I have to say, it was all kinds of weird but it was an experience. The last experience, from our RoadTrip across America.
... you might have finished...no waiting until the whole table has finished, the servers whip that plate away as soon as you even look like you've stopped chewing - we've lost count of the number of drinks and half eaten snacks we've lost that way! Equally what's with the phrase 'Y'all still working on that?' - I'm not working on anything - that implies effort and commitment! I'm enjoying my food and I may still wish to do that but at no point would I consider I've been working on ...
Sleeping in this morning was kind of nice. We headed out this morning to find a Starbucks then booked the hop on hop off bus after lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe. The tour guide was a little, more like VERY cheesy. He meant well but I don't think he understood the value of silence. He said things like "when I brought up those steps over there and some one doing the 'rocky' up them, a boy on my last tour didn't know who Rocky was and I have been told that I should ...