Comfort Suites Airport

2521 Elm Hill Pike, (formerly Quality Inn & Suites), Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States
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Question about Nashville

by danieltrue

Hi,I am considering moving to the Nashville area to attend college when I finish high school next year, and would like to know if the city is dirty. I have heard that Nashville is not very clean, and is not that wonderful. Can someone please give me some info on this please? Also, I know that the metro is prone to tornadoes. How often do they occur? Oh, and would you know if there are many plantation style houses? I really want to buy one. Thanks much.

Daniel True

RE: Question about Nashville

by jackofspades

hmmm looks like you're from Tucson. Compare to Arizona, it's a bit dirtier, but compare to New York City, it's actually fairly clean. Nashville is not too bad. There are things to keep you busy.

Tornadoes do occur in TN, but they rarely hit the heart of Nashville. One of the 2 F5 tornadoes did hit south of Nashville back in 98 I think.

RE: RE: Question about Nashville

by danieltrue

Hi, have you been to Tucson. Since you compare Tucson to Nashville I am just curious. How dirty are we talking about? Just litter, or are we talkin abandoned buildings and stuff? Thanks.

Daniel True

RE: RE: Question about Nashville

by jackofspades

Yes I have been to Tucson. There are some places in Nashville that can get quite dirty. (i.e. alleyways behind restaurants, etc.) In general, it is not that bad. Most of the town still looks fairly new. However, not as clean and good looking as Tucson. I guess simply because cities out West are newer. They seem to be more contemporary and cleaner to me.

RE: Question about Nashville

by ocicat

I wouldn't call Nashville a "dirty" city. It's just a city, like any other it has it's good areas and it's bad areas.

Yes, we get a lot of severe weather in this area. Mainly thunderstorms with a lot of lightning, like the storm we had last night. I'd say there are a couple tornados a year in the surrounding counties that actually causes damage. The paths are very small, relatively speaking. A pretty major one hit the north Nashville area (Gallatin/Hendersonville) this spring.

There are plantation homes in the area but you better have some big money to buy them AND to repair/maintain them (heating and cooling are nightmares). I have friend's restoring one up in Kentucky that wasn't in too bad of shape. It has 7 fireplaces and it cost $5000 each to restore each fireplace.

Travel Tips for Nashville

Expect rain in the summer and cold in the winter!

by travelteacher

Anytime you are in Nashville it's a good idea to pack an umbrella.

In the summer, pack light layers of clothes and a waterproof jacket.

In the winter, pack heavier layers and a coat. (Yes, it snows sometimes.)

If you are planning on walking in the downtown area, wear tennis shoes--lots of hills.

live music

by doug48 about tootsies orchid lounge

tootsie's orchid lounge is located in the broadway entertainment district downtown. tootsie's is a great place to drink and listen to live music. tootsie's is my favorite bar in nashville. see the attached web site for their entertainment schedule. casual.

cajun

by doug48 about wild bill's beignets and bikes

wild bill's beignets and bikes is a very unique cafe style restaurant located downtown. a great place to have a beignet and coffee. they also serve new orleans style cajun cuisine. the cafe is decorated with custom made motorcycles that are hand made by the owner. a very interesring cafe to visit when in downtown nashville.

Dine Inside a Trolley Car

by TravellerMel about The Old Spaghetti Factory

One of the restaurant chain - the Old Spaghetti Factory has made a name for itself by re-imagining old buildings (the Nashville location was a shipping warehouse from which the boats that would offload from the Cumberland River) and for offering a complete meal at a reasonable price. Elegant, ornate Victorian decor, stained and beveled glass all around, antiques everywhere, and plush seating in the waiting area. Many of the booths have bedroom headboards & footboards as the seating. And they have a trolley car in the middle of the restaurant - be sure to ask to sit inside!

A complete meal -- including a salad, bread, entree, spumoni ice cream, and a beverage -- will cost you around $12.

A great family dining spot,- one of the cheapest places to get a meal in The District. On nights of events, there can be a wait, and also be aware that they close between lunch and dinner. Always, Always, always get the Spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese and Browned Butter - OMG, SOOO good! You can also get a Managers Favorite, which is any two of the sauces, or the Potpourri which is a sampler of their four most popular sauces - mizithra cheese, clam, marinara, and meat.

Fort Nashborough

by Ewingjr98

In Riverfront Park, on the bluffs high above the Tennessee River, stand a replica of Fort Nashborogh. The original wooden stockade, built around 1779, was about two acres in area and contained some 20 wooden cabins. This fort was essential in protecting these early settlers from attacks from Native Americans, who opposed expansion of the English onto more of their lands. The most significant conflict occurred in 1781 and was known as the Battle of the Bluffs; it is said the settlers were cut off from their fort until the women released the hounds, allowing the soldiers to escape to the fort.

As Tennessee was originally part of North Carolina, the fort and city were named after General Francis Nash, a Revolutionary War General from North Carolina who was killed at Germantown, PA. North Carolina's Governor later described Nash as "one of the most enlightened, liberal, and magnanimous gentlemen that ever sacrificed his life for his country."

The fort was rebuilt in 1930 to the original size, then rebuilt in 1962 to the smaller area, with similar walls and cabins. The reconstructed forts were funded by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

The fort is open to visitors for free from 9am to 4pm daily.

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Address: 2521 Elm Hill Pike, (formerly Quality Inn & Suites), Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States