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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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We arrived at the home town of country music at around 5:30pm and after a quick shower, change and dinner, we headed out to a local high school to catch a game of football. Sat on the bleachers, it wasn't quite NFL, but for $6 vs $80, I wasn't complaining. Unfortunately we didn't stay longer than an hour as the heavens opened and we were so not prepared for the rain. Shameful Brits!! So we headed in to town to continue doing what we do best.......drink! First bar of the ...
... guitarist who was only 19 years old. The bass player too was excellent and the whole sound was exactly what we had come here to appreciate. The food too was fabulous! I had a Recession-buster - a southern style hotdog with sweet potato fries and a local beer for $5. Stacey just stuck to the beer, which came in an old style bottle and evoked images of the old south.
After trying another bar - where we found a disappointing nasal female singer and her somewhat ...
... and a great chat, after which we hit the bars. It was so much fun to see all the country musicians making great music, and although we didn’t know too many of the songs, we could enjoy just as much. A few beers and a few bars later, Jean had to leave as she had a busy day the next day. It was so nice to catch up and to have fun with Jean. We stayed out a bit longer, played draughts in a bar, and then went back to the motel.
After leaving Paducah drove down the Trace at the Land between the Lakes. This spans both Kentucky & Tennessee, & is a stretch of land between Kentucky Lake & lake Barkley & is about 60 miles long. It appears that it is very big for fishing & hunting, we saw a guy putting a huge turkey in the back of his ute & numerous other guys returning to their vehicle with hunting gear. On the southern end near Dover was Fort Donelson, ...
... pina colada and a funky monkey. I noticed two groups of people in the huge crowd-those about our age(well, a bit older) with shocked smiles on their faces--probably recalling their younger boomer days. And then there were the younguns'- expressions of heavenly bliss---jello shooters in one hand and a "world's tallest beer" in the other. Beale Street is open until 3 AM.
Heading to Graceland and Mud Island today.