Ramada Inn & Suites Airport North near Opryland
Travel Blogs from Nashville
... had some energy, so I walked down a street and found one of the many street cafes only a couple of blocks from my hotel. I drank a very large beer and had a piece of cheesecake for only about $15 US - as I had to give them US and I got change in pesos. Then back to the hotel for a night of sleep.
Sorry . . . no pictures yet. Thought I could upload straight from Facebook, but canīt figure out the Spanish instructions.
... Hall of Fame building. The guide said it takes a minimum of two hours to walk around so we gave it a miss. We wanted to make sure we saw the most important building in Nashville is the Ryman Theatre. At the theatre we found that there was a show on later that night called the Grand Ole Opry. It's a county music extravaganza that only happens once a year, in November. We bought 4 tickets of course.
There were hours to kill as we could only get the ...
... Cash, Dolly Parton and Hank Williams. The venue lay empty for 20 years following the Opry's departure and was heading for demolition before a group of passionate locals decided it was too important and too iconic to lose. Re-storing it to its former glory this fantastic landmark to the past evolves today to bring shows of all genres and styles to sold out audiences night after night. In stark contrast to the scale and grandeur of the Ryman but no ...
... are not wrong, everything is, even the stamps – that’s why on some of your postcards your surnames are missing! So we post the cards, and then go to the riverfront for lunch. We love a picnic, and this was the next best thing sunshine, fresh cut grass and a subway!
There are very many clothes and boot shops in Nashville. We went into a few just to compare prices, but I still think I got a very good deal in Amarillo on my boots. ...
... baseball players. Good stop.
Then I headed to the grave of Zachary Taylor. He was our 12 President (1849-1850) and the second President to die in office. He died shortly after eating some cherries and iced milk at a 4th of July celebration at the Washington Monument (under construction). Some historians speculated that he had been poisoned by pro-slavery people, and his body was actually exhumed where it was determined that while he ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking