Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown

706 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States
Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown
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Thanks To All Who Responded To: "No Car= Bad Life In Nashville"

by starttoday

I've decided to stay put for now here in Portland, Oregon. It's just not the right time for me to leave. One of you asked if I had a particular neighborhood chosen where I was going to land in Nashville. The answer is 'no'. However, I had thought I'd try to stay near downtown since I'm a hairstylist and wanted to work in the heart of the city.

Thanks for the friendly advice!

Steve

RE: Thanks To All Who Responded To: "No Car= Bad Life In Nashville"

by lgh

Steve,

Do stir away from downtown area as they are not safe at night time and no apartment that I recall off that are located within downtown area.

As for hair salon, most of the salons are located at malls or in the suburbs. Downtown is mostly where the office building, bars and some souvenir shops located. Not a place that people go to for a hair cut or treatment. I can't recall any good salons in the downtown area. Nearest good apartment location near downtown is Westend area or West of Nashville. Otherwise, you can go by to the satellite/suburbs where the malls are located namely Hickory Hollow, Brentwood, Franklin and Green Hills area.

RE: Thanks To All Who Responded To: "No Car= Bad Life In Nashville"

by susiemargare

hi, steve --

well, let us know if you decide to come to nashville after all. there ARE some new apts and condo complexes being built downtown; some are already available, and others will be available in the next year or so.

i don't know about the safety considerations, tho. there are some not-so-great parts of nashville that are near downtown, i know, but i'm not familiar with specifics.

-- susie margaret

Travel Tips for Nashville

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

by gkitzmil

This 7,200 square-foot museum pays tribute to Tennessee’s rich sports history. Honorees include Peyton Manning, Tracy Caulkins, Wilma Rudolph, Pat Head Summitt and Tim McCarver among many others. The museum, which focuses on everything from team to extreme sports, features virtual reality basketball, two theaters, a continuous video stream of Tennessee sports images and interactive stations. Admission: $3 adults; $2 children; free (under 4). Hours: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm.

If the dance floor's full... dance on the table!

by horsinround2 about Paradise Park Trailer Resort

No cover, $6 pitchers of beer, great live band, Mark Collie stoppin' by just for the heck of it (on 6.07.08), good friends, & dancin' on the tables with complete strangers - a good time was had by all!!!

This bar/restaurant is a humorous & tacky version of a trashy trailer park. They serve up live music with burgers/fries/corndogs and plenty of beer to wash it all down with. You'll see everything: tennis shoes, flip flops, cowboy boots, jeans, shorts, ball caps, cowboy hats... how the H*LL'd she get into THAT!!! Again, the theme is trashy trailer park, so pretty much everything works.

Funky McDonald's

by emilienoelle about McDonald's

Most McDonald's that you come across are exactly the same. They're supposed to be. What sets this McDonald's apart and makes it kind of neat is that it has a radio tower on top of it. Someone actually told me that they used to broadcast a country music show from here years ago and that is the reason for the tower. This McDonald's also has a gift shop. I have never seen one with a gift shop before! Pretty neat.

Nashville's Only Floating Restaurant

by TravellerMel about Blue Moon Lagoon

Came here for Sunday Brunch - I loved sitting on the floating dock and watching the boats come and go from their slips. The restaurant looks out onto a piece of the Cumberland River, which is very cool. The weather was nice, and my companion and I enjoyed sitting outside under the coverand sipping our cold drinks (me: margarita, him: beer).

The restaurant has spaces on the water where, if you are in a boat, you could pull right up and dock there. It wasn't too crowded around 1pm on Sunday - enough people that you weren't alone, but not so crowded you couldn't hear or move around - perfect!

I'll bet this place would be fun with a group on a Friday or Saturday night. My companion and I both had the Crab Cake Benedict - wonderful! Eggs benedict with a layer of spicy crab cake, served with fried potatoes and fruit, it was very tasty.

The Hermitage

by emilienoelle

The Hermitage, located north and west of downtown Nashville, was the home of the 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson, who is also the guy on a US $20 bill. Because I love history and since there wasn't much of interest to me in Nashville in the way of country music, this place was my perfect tourist destination!

When you drive into the Hermitage grounds you will first come to the visitors center where you will see a short film about Andrew Jackson's life and browse through a small museum. Once out on the grounds you are free to roam around the property which is truly vast. Jackson's fields are still cultivated (he was a gentleman farmer) and there are still cows and horses dotting the landscape. On the grounds there are many buildings to visit , among them the old slave quarters (one of the things that I find bothersome about the South, but I won't get into that right now), the spring house, and several other outbuildings. However, the main attraction here is Andrew Jackson's mansion, a wonderfully preserved Federal-style house built in the early 1800's. Once in the house you must take an organized tour, as wandering around the building freely is frowned upon. (It still contains all of the the Jackson family's belongings and furniture.) The tours are given by costumed volunteers who are quite friendly and knowledgeable and eager to answer questions. Photos are not allowed inside of the house.

The Hermitage also has a gift shop and a cafe. Admission is $12 for adults.

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 Homewood Suites Nashville Downtown

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Address: 706 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States