Cumberland Inn

150 West Trinity Lane, Nashville, Tennessee, 37207, United States | Inn
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A travel blog entry by michaelwedgwood


... need to liven up." She had no idea that she could have something to do with the bored vibes that permeated the room. Downstairs was a duo that simply kicked aaaaass! But since there is so much competition in Music City, how could anyone get a job with so little talent as the ones upstairs? There were sadly also at least a few other bands fitting into the same category. But all in all a great evening. Maybe the best thing was the ice cream store we stopped at on the way home. ...

Day 5: Honky Tonk & Jack..does it get any better??

A travel blog entry by samber06


... bottle of white Rye that they only made one batch of. We decide to get the bottle engraved as well "Roadster's Road Trip 2013"

Big John had mentioned during the tour a BBQ shack down in the town, so we stick the bottles in the car and take a walk to get some Pulled Pork.... Yummy!!!

Some of the best BBQ I have had in a long time. After a quick stop at the Hardware store to pick up a couple of JD items we head back to ...

Nashville fun

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll


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!

Arrived in Nashville

A travel blog entry by thespeck


... sort of eternal existence and agedness with excellent food that has been the same since it opened in 1946?). I had the Ruben and sweet potato fries, both were great, the ruben was sauced with a sweet mustard instead of 1000 Island and very good. Caroline had the pulled pork dinner with green beans, hashbrown cassarole, and cornbread and was full after half of it (thank goodness for a fridge in the room for leftovers just in case). We sat and watched a little bit of the Miami ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog


... walk
of fame country stars, which is like the Hollywood walk of fame, but based on country music. It had people like Alan Jackson, Martina McBride, Dolly Parton and Elvis. I got to the country music hall of
fame after 4 PM. It closed at 5, so I got a discounted price with only being there for an hour. This hall of fame is more for older people. It has a lot more of the roots of country music rather than
present day, which is fine, but I was not so interested in ...


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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