GuestHouse Internationall Inn Music Valley

2420 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States
GuestHouse Inn & Suites Nashville/Music Valley
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How many nights in Nashville

by Mike57

Hi

'Got the flights - now we need to plan our 16 day flydrive of the Southern States.

How many nights should I stay in Nashville? - we like history, tourist sights and music..... but have Memphis, Missisippi* delta, Lafayette, New Orleans and elsewhere to fit in too!

Any ideas on good road tour routes starting and finishing in Atlanta would be good!

Thanks

Mike

Re: How many nights in Nashville

by Mindy_J

WOW, I answered your middle TN portion. It should take only a couple nights stay to jam pack everything in.. Also the Nashviile Parthanon at Centinial Park is a must see. Memphis, of course try to stay right on Beale Street & have a blast.

Re: How many nights in Nashville

by CAROLINEARCHER

I stayed two nights in Nashville, and thought that was a little bit rushed!

We visited the Country Music Hall Of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, Opry Mills Mall, Grand Ole Opry, The Parthenon, RCA Studio B, & Wildhorse Saloon.

I would probably say 3-4 nights, so you can take it all in! You'll need a good half a day to fully appriciate the Country Music Hall Of Fame!

Re: How many nights in Nashville

by Mike57

Thanks for your help Caroline.

Mike

Travel Tips for Nashville

The Parthenon

by OlenaKyiv


Frankly speaking, I expected much more from this museum from seeing its fa├žade. It might be explained by short time we have spent in the Pantheon (came too late and had only 30 minutes to run through the building). However, I felt excited to see the Parthenon in its real size and shape, it was almost like I visited Greece.

Also this museum is a good place for those who are interested in Greek mythology, for example me. Plaques in the museum give broad information about sculptures with some details from Greek mythology and names; although I think there could be more information than there is.

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by hersheybar about The Wildhorse Salon

....a bit smoky for me but the folks there were having a great time.
It was an evening of taping the CMT television show Most Wanted Live with the special guest being Sara Evans.
The place is big.....there's three levels of seating around the stage and bars are off to the sides of the stage. There are tables for dining as well. ....like cowboys and cowgirls!

Starve for at least a day before coming here...

by travelmad478 about Monell's

Monell's is a great institution, and one of the few places in Nashville where both black and white residents of the city come together. The Southern home cooking is excellent, and you will not be able to get out of there without eating at least twice as much as you thought you could. The cool thing about this restaurant is that it is set up family-style: you sit at big tables along with other diners, and the food is brought out in big platters that everyone takes and passes. No menus--just sit down and start eating. We went to Saturday morning breakfast at Monell's. Here's what was served (I might have forgotten a few things): pancakes, apple compote, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, country ham, bacon, home fried potatoes, cheese grits, and FRIED CHICKEN. Yes, this was breakfast. We didn't need to eat again until dinnertime, and even then, it was tough.

Go for the Biscuits!

by mstinawu about Loveless Cafe

Loveless Cafe is the epitome of what I would think a Southern diner should be. Great food and amazing to die for biscuits. "Best biscuits I've ever had." "Best country fried steak I've ever had." Unfortunately, no biscuit mix to take back with me--according to their little history blurb on the place mat, it's a closely guarded secret. I had the best country fried steak here. I'm a little sad that I decided to share our plates with the friend I went with, but it was just so delicious! I'm still dreaming about it now..

Ryman Auditorium

by travelmad478

The Ryman is best known as the former home of the Grand Ole Opry radio program, which began broadcasting in 1925, moved to the Ryman in 1943, and still continues today from another location. This structure was built in 1892 as a religious revival tabernacle, but the owners found after a few years that music and vaudeville shows worked better to pay the mortgage! The Grand Ole Opry became more or less synonymous with the Ryman Auditorium, but now that the program has moved, the Ryman stage is still used for other concerts and programs. You can see a show there, or take a tour of the building. In the main auditorium are interesting exhibits covering the Ryman's contributions to country music through the 20th century.

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 GuestHouse Internationall Inn Music Valley

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Address: 2420 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States