Cumberland Inn

150 West Trinity Lane, Nashville, Tennessee, 37207, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Nashville

Days 271 - 280: USA RoadTrip Mid West & Deep South

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... He was in the right place. For $6, the plate was full of three large pieces of fried chicken, baked beans, white bread and SLAW. A combo to block the arteries and stretch the fat pants. We are beginning to really miss fresh fruit and vegetables. Apart from the fried chicken experience, the only thing going for Memphis, Tennessee was Graceland. We saw Elvis Presley's house from the outside rather than paying a whopping $70 to enter. Meh! Unless you're an Elvis fan, ...

Nashville - like no other

A travel blog entry by daretoknow

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... have not gone to any of the bars so far, I am enjoying the sights and sounds. I am also enjoying a slowing down in my lifestyle - I have not met anyone long enough to hook up with and socialise (the hostel is too big too make this as easy as say Charleston which was basically a house and therefore contained space and people). I have also not completely thrown away my reserved English character in this respect also! And so in this long journey I believe I will have ...

Music City

A travel blog entry by dsandow

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... to ever buy that piano.

After a drive down Music Row (the famous area in Nashville that contains most of the record labels, promoters, songwriter associations, and the like), we wandered the aisles of Bass Pro Shop and then returned to the RVs for more excellent food and a movie on DVD. It sure has been wonderful to catch up with Fred and Sharon while we are all on the road on our separate ...

Nashville Day 3

A travel blog entry by devsy2612

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... place. Eventually found it but it was closed. Walked back to the hotel using a different route and stumbled on a huge statue of Billy Graham. Sounds like he was a local 'southern boy'. There was a massive Christian Centre nearby. The car park next to it had signs warning people that there cars would be towed away for parking there illegally. The place was empty - not very Christian! We headed back to the Station Inn for 8pm. We had been told that 2 local music studio producers were ...

A little recap

A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers

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... remainder of the day. So, unfortunately, there are
no fabulous pictures of New Orleans to share. You'll just have to imagine it.

As I mentioned earlier, we took the Natchez Trace from the
town of Natchez in Mississippi up to Jackson. We bravely stopped several times
in spite of the rain. We must have looked like lunatics. The Emerald Mound was
pretty amazing. There wasn't a ton of information on site, but these mounds are
common in many parts ...

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This inn, located in the Downtown/Vanderbilt area of Nashville, is near Farmer's Market, Nashville War Memorial Auditorium, Carl Van Vechten Art Gallery, and Edgefield.
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