Wingate by Wyndham Nashville Airport TN
Travel Blogs from Nashville
... 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 ...
... taking the Chattanooga bypass, that we should drive right through downtown Atlanta - excellent, not unlike driving along the Westgate and through the tunnels in Melbourne BUT on the wrong side of the road. It's one thing to sit on the interstate with a few cars and trucks here and there, but in bumper to bumper busy traffic, requiring multiple lane changes and during a torrential downpour and everything ...
... to the hall of fame which was cool but didn't elicit any ocular leakage. Next up, The Grand Ole Opry!!! A bunch of people played, they were all good, some new, some who have been members for a long time. That particular night they were celebrating Allison Krause's 20 year anniversary of when she first became a member of the Opry, she played with her band Union Station and then did a few songs ...
We met some old friends from Clarksville for dinner at Morell's, a neat southern restaurant in Nashville.
Carl & Mark (Brooks & Dillon) performed at the opening reception for the Cetera conference.
Cindy Brooks and I took the bus tour of the homes of Nashville stars. Fun, but too long!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility