Cumberland Inn

Address: 150 West Trinity Lane, Nashville, Tennessee, 37207, United States | Inn
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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 Brews Cruise.
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Travel Blogs from Nashville

Three to get ready, now go cat go!

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 29, 2014

... lights were brought up and we were given the opportunity to go into the technical booth and see the equipment that recorded thousands of hits. It was incredible to think about the stars that had passed through this very space, putting their hearts and souls into the recordings that made them superstars. Finally, we enjoyed the piece de resistance. The gleaming Steinway grand piano, which sat in the corner of the studio, was opened up for us to play. This was the piano that Elvis sat ...

Howdy Ya'll

A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 23, 2014

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... some more with some English guys who had recently arrived at the hostel. We jumped in a cab and went uptown, away from the touristy bars, to a small place which had a fantastic band on stage, and $2 beers. You can't ask for too much more than that to be honest. We then went back on Broadway, to a bar that had a worse crowd, worse music, and more expensive beer. I lasted about an hour here before I turned it in.

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Music city rocks!

A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 21, 2014

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... for a long time. We shared a cab back over to the East side with a local, feeling happy after a good day. Despite not being country music fans we decided to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum the next day after Donelle had a massage from our host. We opted for the audio tour which was a good idea as it was that busy you couldn't get up close to many of the displays to read anything. Many of the names were still recognisable to non-fans and the ...

Exploring Nashville

A travel blog entry by dave-paula on Sep 26, 2013

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... songs and listen to those recordings right there - a dream come true. Not only the King recorded there, but also Dolly, Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers just to name a few. After this, we walked around the streets taking in all the sights and wandered into the Swingin Doors Saloon and had lunch at 3pm, while listening to some great live music. There were 2 guys playing music and interacted so much with the people in the bar, hanging **** on them from where they ...

A Honky-Stonking Birthday

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Sep 21, 2013

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... by horses as the cowboy guide points out the most famous bars and shops - Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, The Stage, Ernest Tubb's Records, the Johnny Cash Museum and more. We pulled into one of the bars for lunch and heard a great singer, Jutt Huffman; we'd come to see that everyone playing in town was the same sort of standard. This is where people come to make it in country music, and the market is crowded with very talented musicians. The bar had great hot wings too, but I'm told ...