Days Inn Nashville at Opryland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the block. Today it is a National Historic Landmark.
We had a backstage tour, walking in and out of dressing rooms loving the stories of our tour guide. Costumes from Loretta Lynn, Hank Snow, Minnie Pearl were on display along with other memorabilia. Everly Brothers were discovered here in the back alley. This is an alley that hooks up with Tootsies Orchid Lounge, 37 steps away, a bar many frequented in ...
... a stressful blur. The signs arrived saying rental car return. This won't be too painful right? As easy as... well you know... One lane, a rental return lane and I can't remember who I rented the car from last night. Then we saw the 9 rental company signs with different entrances!!! Ok. I decided to drive down the DOLLAR lane as that's who we needed to rent the Mustang from. well we didn't know what was going to happen. Do we arrive and get waived down this lane. ...
... hotel offered us and hastily hopped into our car to get across town to the main event of Memphis as far as we were concerned, and the main reason for our visit here.
Elvis Presley's Graceland is world famous. Pilgrimages from across the globe have been made to this iconic abode and songs have been written declaring its significance. Considering all of this, it could be presumed that finding it would be a simple task. In the USA, signposts for tourist destinations abound on ...
After a full on few days of concerts and shopping it was time to chill out and relax over the weekend and look forward to my birthday. Saturday night was 'date night' for Stevie and I having left Cath and Jess in the queue for the front of stage pit at the last night of the Taylor Swift gigs. Still craving veggies and non-beige food we head for the local Indian and whilst the actual food tasted great, it left a bitter taste in our mouths that they ripped us off ...
... By later afternoon, Tower One had elevators. Tower Two, on the other hand, was awful. There were at least ten trucks there with fans, water vacs, etc. I felt really sorry for the bellboys who had to climb up lots of flights, pick up the bags of unhappy guests, carry their bags all the way back down in the dark. I don't ...