Wingate by Wyndham Nashville Airport TN
Travel Blogs from Nashville
We drove to Memphis, and decided to splash out on a night in a 12th-storey hotel room. We had a beuatiful view of the Mississippi river. Stunning. Beale street is full of bands and blues, and we sat and ate Cajun food to the strains of David Bowen. Quite different to Bowie! A large black man playing very jazzy blues with the help of a "loop station". Very ...
... could you imagine the stories that would be told. We saw pictures of some of the members and saw the stage that they recorded Hee Haw back in the day and currently record Nashville. We say the mail boxes for each member and the dressing rooms that are used by specific members. I sat on a couch in the green room that could've been sat on by Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, or any one ...
... has kept us indoors. We are staying on music row - it feels a little cliche and a bit vegasy, but kinda cool at the same time.
Going to head to bed now, but will post some retrospective blogs about our last days in Savannah when less tired.
Craig has stopped biting his fingernails and we are both more confident in my driving - which is good because this is the first of 3 lots of car hire.
... in, I teamed up with this lovely Korean girl Ester. We both didn't want to eat dinner alone so we headed out. Firstly we went and checked out the Music City Walk of Fame where I saw quite a few familiar names such as Keith Urban, Kings of Leon and Elise Presley. After this and an hour of checking out all the activities on the street, we headed across to 12S and went to a Man vs Food Nation restaurant, Roosters. Apparently, it had great Southern food. After a massive plate of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility