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Old 08-31-2010, 06:59 PM   #1
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Need help while in Nashville

We came to Nashville with intentions to see a lot of things, but after arriving today, we are overwhelmed and now can not figure where to start. Sure could use some knowledge of what to do and where to go. We have the GPS and an atlas. When we ask employees at resturants etc. they look puzzled and are no help. What is the normal procedure you use to find the attractions you want to see? We will be staying one more day before going to Knoxville. Thanks for any help...Roger and Karen
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We lived in Nashville for 5 years... It is the BIGGEST LITTLE city you will ever see. Look in the lobby of any motel or the foyer of any restaurant for the little tabloid type paper which will have events and perhaps coupons.
What is your area of interest? ...Lot's of choices for music venues which showcase hopeful artists. Go the the Blue Bird Cafe... NOTE: You must remain perfectly quiet so as not to detract from the ability of talent scouts to hear the performers who are lucky enough to do a set. You WILL be asked to leave if you carry on even the most discreet quiet conversation at your table... it is just that way.
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1. Grand Ole Opery
2. OperyMills Malll
3. Hermitage (Andrew Jackson's Home)The Hermitage - Home of President Andrew Jackson - Home
4. Country Music Hall of Fame
5. Ryman Auditorium
6. Charlies Daniels Museum
6. The District (downtown) (Printers Alley)
7. Music Row
8. Natchez Trace Parkway (starts in Nashville)http://http://www.byways.org/explore..._Upper_Section
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If ya have a car,its worth the drive to Jack Daniels distillery, about 2 hours from there
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Try Grey Lines bus tours. We took 4 hr sightseeing tour and totally enjoyed it.
Visited several tourist stops. Well worth the money.
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Try Grey Lines bus tours. We took 4 hr sightseeing tour and totally enjoyed it.
Visited several tourist stops. Well worth the money.
That is an excellent suggestion. We frequently take a guided tour when we first arrive in a new city where we feel overwhelmed by the number of things to do and see. The tour will help you get the "lay of the land" and to find out where things are located. The tour guide will frequently make suggestions of things that shouldn't be missed.
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Thanks for the information. We were able to see a lot of thngs, but too bad about the flooding in the opry area.
Did see opry row and Museum. Enjoyed it very much. Now to Knoxville if hurricane does not stop us. Thanks, again..Roger and Karen
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