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Private 45 Minute Downtown Nashville Horse and Carriage Tour
"Our popular 45 Minute Private Narrated Tour of Downtown Nashville has all the sites you will want to see in the Music City plus much more. This carriage tour will take you past some Nashvilles well known hotspots such as the 5 Star Hi The Hermitage Schermerhorn Symphony Center The Country Music Hall of Fame The Johnny Cash Museum Riverfront Park The Wild Horse Saloon as well as the famous Printers Alley where Jimi Hendrix got his start and became one of the greatest guitarist of all time. As we travel along our great city streets we will also pass by The Tennessee State Capitol
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Live Nashville Walking Tour
"Start off at the center of Nashville's entertainment universe the corner of 5th and Broadway in front of Bridgestone Arena. See the oldest residence in the city of Nashville the legendary Ryman Auditorium original home of the Grand Ole Opry plus Tootsie's Orchid Lounge America's most famous honky tonk. Time-travel to the days before Prohibition and stop at Nashville's Silver Dollar Saloon on Broadway where drink
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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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Hiking around Radnor Lake in Nashville, TN

This lovely park is located about 7 miles from our home in Nashville. We love to go here and walk. If you walk the entire circumference of the lake it is 2 1/2 miles..easy terrain..we walked it in 1...
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Rural Tennessee

In my travels in Tennessee I spent a good deal of time in the rural parts of the state. I have driven the Tennessee portion of the Natchez Trace Parkway twice, spending the night along the route once,...
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Nashville -- The City

Nashville, with a population of about 600,000 people, is the capital of Tennessee. The town, originally a fort, was established in 1779 and was incorporated as a city in 1806. In the Civil War,...
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The Cumberland River

The Cumberland River flows 688 miles from Kentucky, through Tennessee, back into Kentucky before draining into the Ohio. The river features 68-foot Cumberland Falls, one of the largest falls in the...
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Tennessee River and a mountain man

I always thought the Tennessee River flowed through Nashville. I was wrong. The Tennessee River actually flows south to north about 75 miles west of Nashville. The Cumberland River and the Tennessee...
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Country Music

Country music traces its roots to the 1920s in the South and Appalachia. The term "country" originated in the 1940s, in place of the older "hillbilly" music. Country's most famous instruments come...
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http://weatherbug.excite.com/LiveCameras/Excite/LiveCameras.aspx?zcode=z4639&lid=CTHDRHigh up on the buildings of the Tennessee State University, they have placed a weather camera so that you can get...
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The Parthenon

Frankly speaking, I expected much more from this museum from seeing its façade. It might be explained by short time we have spent in the Pantheon (came too late and had only 30 minutes to run through...
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Cumberland River

Cumberland River flows by through Nashville. It is 687 miles (1,106 km) long. It starts in eastern Kentucky on the Cumberland Plateau, flows through southeastern Kentucky before crossing into northern...
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The Partheon's history

The Parthenon building took its beginning in 1895 when Tennessee Centennial organizers lay the first foundation stone of the Nashville Panthenon made of plaster, wood and brick. In 1898 the majority...
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Music Row

My fondest memory of Nashville is putting my stamp on the city. I used to work here on my weekends from my job in Alabama. It was here that I built the last of the recording studios that I would do....
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Expesnive Parking

I'm not really sure where to put this info but just remember that parking in downtown can be downright expensive. For like the first few hrs it will cost you an average of $6 to $8 so if you are...
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Real Estate in Nashville: Downtown Demands

This was a note I found interesting about Nashville. Most people know that a lot of celebrities and music stars live in or around the Nashville area. Mostly country stars and blues, its true, but its...
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Posters

On Broadway just doors from many other tourist attractions you'll find the Hatch Show Print Company. They have been printing posters and circulars since 1879! They have a large collection for all to...
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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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Ryman Auditorium

The original home of the Grand Ole Opry, if these walls could talk they would have some amazing stories. This performance hall originally built as a church in 1892 still host concerts and other...
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Grand Ole Opry

This is the temple of Country music. having relocated from its original location downtown at the Ryman auditorium, this performance hall, now at the Opry Mills shopping center has live shows every...
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Gaylord Opryland Hotel

This place is HUGE it had a very New Orleans feel about the inside. It was in atrium form with a lot of plants, waterfalls, and even a river. The parking for the hotel was expensive but you do have...
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The District

The District is an area that is being restored and protected due to its significant historical buildings such as 2nd Avenue, Broadway to Printer’s Alley. All these wonderful historical building are...
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Country Music Hall of Fame

This museum of Country Music in downtown Nashville, is full of interactive exhibits on the greatest artists of country music. The exhibits go all the way from the present day to the beginnings and...
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TravellerMel

"Fan Fair, Katrina, Promotion (in that order...)"
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Yaqui

"Nashville~"
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horsinround2

"Nashville - Music City USA"
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doug48

"nashville tennessee"
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"Greg's Nashville page"
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