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... want to see the original Grand Ole Opry” and that’s what we did. We did the behind the stage tour which wasn't as grand or fancy but nice. We went into several dressing rooms which were themed after Johnny Cash, Minnie Pearl, and Hank Williams. The auditorium itself looked like a church because it originally was a church ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">There are some great paths to walk on along the river, but the cyclist was very fast and they should really use bells or something. We kept to the right, but heck they still almost hit us. They were going so fast that there was some really close crashes...there should be some type of patrol out there..I found it a little unnerving but heck the scenic views were WONDERFUL..I enjoyed our walk there!!!
... had been fermenting for 5 days, which was less alcohol-y but still as strong. The guide was quite keen on us smelling things, as he also made us stick our heads into the mellowing chambers, where the alcohol trickles through 10ft of charcoal over 40-odd days. When we breathed in through our mouths rather than our noses, we could taste the whisky…it was awesome! After this part, we went through to the bottling area and into the barrel house. They have 85 in total and ...
... guide and he was excellent. He told us so much but made it interesting to us and provided an excellent tour. He was personable and fun to take a tour with. I would recommend the tour as there is a crazy amount of fun stuff to learn about Nashville. So much happened here, and it isn't just the music. We were shattered on the way back - lots to take in. So back to the room, chill for a while and a plan for the route to Savannah. I really wanted to ...
The Studio was rescued by a philanthropist Dan Maddox of Nashville who brought it in the 1990s and leases it to the Country Music Hall of Fame for $1 a year and is used by Nashville Belmont University and some recording artists but it is not commercially viable. We went back and finished the Museum and the Hall of Fame itself which was well presented in a circular room with brass plaques of all the inductees. I then hit the gift shop, they had a lot a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThrifty Inn Nashville
When I first called the hotel I got a run-around about their rates. I was told I couldn't order on Expedia but that's what I wound up doing. I drove to the hotel and checked in. The room was dark and at least one lamp didn't have a bulb in it. The Internet connection was very slow. In the morning I went to get breakfast. The only food I found was hot dog rolls, coffee, which I don't drink, and cereal but no milk. I mentioned to the person at the reception desk that the juice machine seemed to be turned off and just got a shrug of the shoulders and no explanation (or juice). I skipped the hot dog roll and headed back to my room.
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