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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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... whole tour leading up to today had no issues, but the one day my wife is there, some stagehands rolls over my toe with a 400 pound video wall. As an update, nothing is broken just a little bruised, but it was ironic that it just happened on the day that she was visiting.
While I was waiting for a rock doc, the doctor that is backstage, I saw a few celebrities that I had not previously expected to see. One that I'm absolutely certain of what ...
... they are voted off. I heard that as soon as they get off camera they are offered food. My mouth was salivating thinking of all the fast food restaurants that MUST be at the end of the Parkway. Alas, it was not so but we settled on the first fast food restaurant we saw which was thankfully a Subway.
Before we went to our hotel ...
... there and part way through the meal, RESPECT came on and all, and I mean all, staff came out and sang and danced to the song. It was hilarious and lots of fun! I feel as though Nashville has been all about food, beer and music and it was a great last harrah that evening with Ester and I finding a great little Mexican diner for dinner and headed out to Honky Tonk Central to hear some great music and have a few drinks. Nashville, it's been fun but next stop, home of the King ... ...
... soon as we’d been out for five minutes all of the clouds disappeared and the sun was excruciatingly hot once again. So we walked and sweated profusely along Alton Road until we hit the monument.
None of us were really prepared for just how shocking it would be. Not even wandering around the Ground Zero monuments had affected us so much. The monument revealed itself as you walked around it. Initially all you can see is an enormous green ...
... coming away from the Timms Ford State Park.
KK: We had no actual Jack Daniels in Lynchburg because it is a “dry state” but we did see some good ol’ boys in dungarees shootin’ the breeze with the local sheriff. One of them had a straw hat. Nearly all the shops sold JD paraphernalia and little else – lord knows where you go to get a loaf of bread or a bottle of washing up liquid.
LK: Our local wildlife experiences consisted of a ...