Holiday Inn Express Nashville Airport
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Daveandanna stayed here on Sep 13, 2013 during their trip titled: America.
Cruised over to Nashville to go to the Grand Ole Opry.
Interesting evening. The Grand Ole Opry produces 3 live radio shows per week, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday - this was one of them. Because it's live radio we hear all the commercials.
They put on 4 half hour shows in the evening, each has a presenter who performs with 2 guests …
When eased into our berth at the KOA in Nashville and had a few hours until the curtain-rise at the Grand Ole Opry. It seemed like a good opportunity to forage for some supplies that were forgotten upon departure (blame shall remain nameless). On the list were a spatula, a plug in water carafe, a pan that works with induction cook top, batteries, Cisco router, some awesome lap desks, and various sundries. So we piled into our runabout and cast off.
... But on Sunday nights anybody is welcome to bring along their instruments and they 'jam' - sit around in a circle playing country songs. There was about 15 all together with guitars, fiddles, banjos and stuff. Only two or three actually knew each other before the night and one person would say 'do you know this song' and they would sing and play and everybody would join in. If you were the one singing you were kind of in control and they would give some one the nod and ...
... The diner is based on a 50's Rock and Roll theme and the meals were good and the service great, we restocked up on the Starbucks in a can to sustain us on the journey.
We arrived in Nashville at around 4:00 and checked into the Americas Best Value Inn, which is located in South Nashville but everything is within easy reach. We noticed that there was a Hooters right across the road and resolved to have dinner there tonight. After ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility