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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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... 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 ...
... opened by family and friends of Johnny Cash and is filled with tonnes of interesting things including his guitars, handwritten lyrics, his gold/silver records, his costumes and everyday items from his life, as well as lots of great interactive iPad where you can watch recordings of him and interviews. I am not a huge Johnny Cash fan and don’t know much about it him but it was a really great museum and we both highly recommend it for a visit.
... an exercise in patience. Unbeknownst to Brianna and Kaitlyn the Wal-Mart they walked in to, filled their baskets at and attempted to check out had lost power shortly before they arrived. After waiting about 30 mins. for the power to return they decided it was not going to happen, dropped their baskets and were on to the next one. To make matters worse they still had to go to the Subaru dealer to have the battery checked. Fortunately the day turned ...
... but one thing lead to another and time went by, we only got to our motel at about 7pm, we rearrange to meet the next night so headed out to find some dinner. Staying out of town, the options were limited. And we weren’t really in the mood for eating. So we get to a place, and luckily they have pool tables. What fun!! We play a few games, Lisa gets called Canadian by an American! I’m sorry but Canadian’s seriously don’t ...
... particularly as far as Jack Daniels is concerned. It is now owned by the Jack Daniels Distillery and is actually run by Jack's great grand niece, Lynne Tolley, although she never met Jack as he died back in 1911, aged 61. Lynne took over running the restaurant when Miss Mary Bobo herself died in 1983 aged 102. Good knock that ! We, along with a number of others waited for the bell to ring and be called up for lunch by our hostess. Ding-a-feckin-ling - there it is ! ...