Days Inn Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... road ahead of us. And then came the rain. Huge sheets of rain began to pour from the sky and the road was awash with spray. This slowed our progress and we were becoming more and more uneasy about finding the hotel. We should have been... After trawling the city streets for around 40 minutes, the rain still lashing onto the windscreen and bouncing off the road, our phone and iPad batteries, on which we were running the sat nav and Google Maps in a desperate attempt to find ...
... Center. Inside the glass doors young children were answering questions posted around the room and sticking their scribbled answers on post-it notes up and down each wall. Outside of the room unfolded the history of country music from fiddle players and through time spotlighting the different regions of the United States. Many famous country stars donated an outfit or two for display and some donated guitars. Elvis’s Cadillac and gold piano were on ...
Original steeple only thing left from the 1800 building.... rest destroyed by fire
I was walking around Nashville today enjoying the gorgeous skyline of the buildings. I enjoy the City. ...
On the next day, we finally set out to have lunch again at Puckett's. Then we just wandered around on the buckle to see the remainder that we had missed the day before....then got ready to do it all again. First up this night was Gloriana who was followed by Randy Travis......and then, Kip Moore.
... stayed near what is known as 'Printer's Alley' that I knew was a famous location for live music. I got out of the hotel at around 9 PM and my first reaction walking the streets was... "Oh, how nice". Nashville is a very well planned, very open, clean and walkable city. And it felt really safe to walk here around night.
I walked into "The Fiddle and the Steel Guitar Bar". A guy called "C J Wilder" & his ...