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Downtown Nashville Segway Tour
"Begin your tour experience with an indoor Segway orientation session that lasts approximately 30 minutes. During your training you will watch a brief video that will introduce you to how the Segway operates. Each guest will be given one-on all guests are required to wear helmets which will be provided. Of course you are welcome to bring your own bike or skate helmet if you prefer. After training you will be asked to sign waivers. We ask that all guests wear flat comfortable shoes (open- or close-toed is acceptable).After your training session you will venture outside where staff members will assign you to your very own Segway. Each group member will receive your own radio and ear piece so that you can clearly hear your guide's safety instructions and narration of the tour. While outside history sports
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Nashville Food and Sightseeing Tour
"Sample the best of Nashville's classic cuisine. Experience southern specialties like slow-roasted barbecue authentic hot chicken and Nashville's own frosty cocktail the Bushwhacker. You'll also visit a fun funky neighborhood eatery for a unique twist on southern foods. We'll finish up with great local dessert that will thrill your taste buds. Along the way you'll see the Capitol Bicentennial Mall
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Nashville Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
"Known as ""Music City"" Nashville is filled with exciting attractions famous live entertainment venues renowned restaurants and interesting specialty shops. From its days as a frontier fort to being christened the ""Country Music Capital of the World"" Nashville celebrates its culture throughout the city. Take in a show at Opryland the renowned Ryman Auditorium the Bluebird Café or at one of the legendary honky-tonks along Broadway like Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. Experience the city's heritage at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Bicentennial Mall State Park and pay homage to the ""Man in Black"" at the Johnny C
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Rock N' Roll is Here to Stay: Sun Studio

1949 was the year that Sam Phillips opened his own recording studio in Memphis. It was then and still is an undistinguished brick building east of downton Memphis. He named it Sun Studio and...
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Nashville's "The District"

"The District" in Nashville is a five-block area of restored buildings made up of restaurants, shops, pubs, galleries, and music venues. It's really a catchy name for the downtown entertainment...
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Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park

David "Davy" Crockett: is he David or Davy? Well, his real name is "David", but his "Davy name" is used for the legendary figure portrayed in the popular 50s song and the Disney TV show called, "King...
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May 29, 2005

Meeman-Shelby State Park North of Memphis

The park roads of Meeman-Shelby State Park is almost as much fun as the park itself. The bluff roads have roller-coaster dips that almost make your stomach "soar". This park has a western park...
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May 29, 2005

The Legend Lives On....

When I learned that Graceland, Elvis Presley's mansion in Memphis, is visited more than any other house in the United States aside from the White House, I was really surprise. I knew that Elvis was...
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May 29, 2005

Premier Archaeological Site: Pinson Mounds

One of the most fascinating places I've ever visited in Tennessee would be Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Area south of Jackson off of US-45. This protected site includes a series of mounds that...
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May 29, 2005
 
 
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Becoming President Via Tennessee Politics

Another nickname for Tennessee is Mother of Southwestern Statesmen" because three U.S. presidents once lived in the state. (Andrew Jackson, James Polk, and Andrew Johnson).Andrew Jackson was a lawyer...
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May 29, 2005

Recently Remodeled and Spectacular: Pink Palace

The Memphis Pink Palace Museum has become the Pink Palace Family which includes:Pink Palace MuseumPink Palace MansionUnion Planters IMAX TheatreSharpe PlanetariumLichterman Nature CenterMallory-Neely...
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May 29, 2005

Grandpa's Favorite Place to Fish: Reelfoot Lake

Reelfoot Lake State Resort Park lies in the northwestern corner of Tennessee and is the state's only natural lake. There's a real interesting reason why the lake exists. During the winter of 1811-12,...
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May 29, 2005

Tennessee's Secret Role in World War II

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, looks like an ordinary town today, but if you known the history of WWII, then you know that it's far from ordinary. The story goes that Albert Einstein wrote a letter to the...
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May 29, 2005

Tennessee River

The state of Tennessee is also called the Big Bend State because the Native Americans called the Tennessee River "The River of the Big Bend". The river flows south through Tennessee into Alabama;...
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May 29, 2005

Home of the Blues

Memphis is "home of the blues" mainly because of W.C. Handy, whose likeness stands in the W.C. Handy Park on famous Beale Street . (See photo)Early in the 1900s, Handy, a black composer and bandleader...
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May 29, 2005

Cumberland Mountain State Park

(Please click photo to see my handsome husband Allan and his lovely sister Jayne in the Cumberland Mountain State Park.)3 times, we have visited the Crossville area, and while there, we usually go to...
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May 29, 2005

Memphis Zoo and Aquarium

The number one attraction in Memphis is the Memphis Zoo and Aquarium! Over 90 years old, it's located on 70 wooded acres in the heart of the city with almost 3,000 animals. Recognized internationally...
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2100 West End Ave, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States
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149 Union Ave, Memphis, Tennessee, 38103, United States
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1201 South Broad Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37402, United States
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961 Campbell Lead Road, PO Box 410, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 37738, United States
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407 Union Ave., Knoxville, Tennessee, 37902, United States
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2492 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, 37863, United States
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Top Things to Do in Tennessee

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Parthenon

On Wednesday, April 16th, 2014...Went to the Parthenon with Tony, Matt, Janie, Lora, Ethan and Dakota. The guys and Janie stayed in the van, but Lora and I walked around with Ethan and Dakota. We had...
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Graceland

Going to Memphis and not going to Graceland is a bit like going to Paris and avoiding the Eiffel Tower. With over 600,000 visitors every year, it is one of the most visited private homes in the US. Of...
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Cades Cove

We went because we heard it was a pretty scenic drive and chance of spotting a bear. I really wanted some pics of black bears but didn't get any .. I did get that pic but I did see a small bear .. it...
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Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls is a 145-foot underground waterfall located inside of Lookout Mountain. The cave and waterfall were discovered in the 1920s by Leo Lambert. He was trying to access Lookout Mountain Cave by...
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Forbidden Caverns

When visiting The Smokey Mountains, this would make for a good rainy day activity. It opens at 10 am and the first tour starts about 20 minutes later. The tour lasts about an hour, and is very...
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Beach Island Resort and Marina

we rented a pontoon boat for 2 days from Beach Island Resort and Marina. this was 2-3 miles from our rental home on Jessee rd and loved how convenient it was. Theres also a casual restaurant there...
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"The Mountains, The Valley, The Plateau: Tennessee"
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"Tennessee"
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"Tennessee, from the mountains to the river"
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"Tennessee"
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"Tennessee......the place to be"
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