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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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Dinner that night was at a Bob’s Steak House right in the hotel……and it was really good. Here is a good time to mention that the hospitality and cordiality of ALL of the people with whom we came into contact were AMAZING. Then onto the show at LP Stadium: Kellie ...
... birds of prey, but without the beak, talons or beady eyes. Like rooks with big wings. Probably were rooks. Must find out. We saw a coyote ( dead, road kill).
Arrived at campsite at 7pm or 6 pm or 8 pm, every state seems to have its own different time zone. I'd like my own time zone. Ours is the tiniest camper here, we're surrounded by monster trucks and double decker coach-sized motorhomes, usually with just one or two occupants.
... Walmart yet?
Paula King-Foullie Yes been to a couple, not what I expected and not many bargains to be had, did better at Target!
Dave Foullie I got a few bargains ...
... here, nothing runs on Sundays, but they don't explain that to you - u should just know!) Found a public bus but latest one was 9.15 to get home. That would give us a few hours, should be enough, don't need a big session blah blah blah....all the usual stuff you tell yourself. Anyway, turns out we got a cab home at 2am. We were booked onto a pub crawl but the lady who does it was a no show, so the 4 of us that had turned up took matters into our own hands. We had a hot tip for a band at ...
... great job of introducing folks and telling little facts about them that you begin to like them before they even get on stage. Our personal favorite was Jim Glaser - he may be about 70 years old, but he had a perfect voice. Google him.
Our seats at the Ryman were in the balcony. If you are not in the first few rows on the main floor, we do recommend the balcony as it overhangs the main floor ...