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    Nashville, TN

    I went to Nashville a couple of years ago as part of a working holiday. Surprisingly enough, I didn't think of it as a very rural area. There were lots of good places to see and although it is not as crowded as say, New York (where you virtually feel like an Ant), it was a good experience knowing that there are still areas in the USA that have conservative views in terms of family-oriented values where the parents raise their kids based on the way they were raised.

    Seeing the Palladium was a treat as well as it brought me back to a time when recreational parks formed not only familial bonds but friendship bonds as well. It is a laid back area where the outlet stores reign superlative!!!

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    I'm glad you had a great experience. I think a lot of people overlook small towns. There's something so comforting about visiting a small city and just feeling embraced by the residents. I'm hoping to go to NY this year, but I don't expect that cozy at home feel that I would expect when visiting a small city. Another bonus about small towns is that they seem to have the best diners. I had one of the best handspun shakes and french fries at a cozy little diner in a "one horse town".

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    Attractions And Things To Do In Nashville

    Nashville is far from a small rural town lol. But there are certain areas of the city that definitely have that small town friendly vibe. My favorite attraction in Nashville is the Grand ole Opry. I am really hoping to get to the new Johnny Cash museum one day soon.

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    Nashville certainly is NOT a "rural area." It is a major city, with a lot of musical history and arts. However, there are lots of rural areas all around it. If you're looking to drive in rural areas, the south has some of the most interesting, and probably what you'd think of when you think of "rural America." Keep in mind, racism is included.

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    Nashville

    I have had the pleasure of visiting Nashville on several occasions and would in no way consider it to be rural. It is, however, a wonderful place to visit. When visiting Nashville some of my favorite places have been the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Ryman, and Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. But you don't have to be a country music fan to enjoy Nashville. There are a lot of main stream clubs, restaurants, shopping outlets so that there's something for everyone. The "Batman Building", that I think is AT&T is a really awesome building that you can see from practically everywhere in Nashville. I have also visited a couple of the historic farms in the area and they have some great living history tours and exhibits.

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    Nashville is definitely a city. It has that small town feeling though. It's a friendly place and there's lots to see and do there.

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    There are also great parks in Nashville. Nashville has a great downtown area as well as the Opryland hotel. The hotel is one of my favorite places to visit. There are beautiful gardens and a boat ride within the hotel. It's a great way to spend the afternoon or evening. Also check out the Music City Hall of Fame. They often have special exhibits that feature different artists. We have been several times and always enjoy that.

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    I know some of the most amazing places in Nashville:
    Ryman Auditorium
    Fontanel Mansion
    Escape Games
    Schermerhorn Symphony Center
    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
    Opryland Hotel Gardens

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    Re: Attractions And Things To Do In Nashville

    Quote Originally Posted by Alwaysamama View Post
    Nashville is far from a small rural town lol. But there are certain areas of the city that definitely have that small town friendly vibe. My favorite attraction in Nashville is the Grand ole Opry. I am really hoping to get to the new Johnny Cash museum one day soon.
    Alwaysamama! I think you had enough information about Nashville.As you have mentioned that new Johnny Cash museum and Grand ole Opry are one of those places which are your faovrite one. So, would you like to talk about both of these place to excite other members to go there.

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    Sounds good and i would say that knowing these factors sensibly and most of the times when we think of how reasonably it all would work new york to acadia national park is one of those activities that are quite helpful and decent to me.

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    I never visit there but I heard about it through my through my friends. They told me much about it. I have decided to go there once and I want to explore the many most visited place there. So You would like to share the names of some most fabulous attractions of this amazing city?

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    Honestly speaking, I never been there yet but after reading that whole conversations. I set my mind to must take a visit there. Such kind of places attracts me a lot and towards them. Guys! Which would be the more propriate time to go there...??

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    All of you guys have nice and enough talk about the Nashville, Before reading the posts I have no little bit idea of this place. But after that i can make a plan to go there on my vacations. I hope i will take a chance to go there soon in my coming up vacations. I am very excited for that.

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    I am gonna send such nicely my father on trip to niagara falls from ny, and i will move for Nashville. i will enjoy myself a lot and surely this will be so much amazing time for me to have some fun there ahead always like that.

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    Re: Nashville, TN

    What a great find preceding my 7 day NYC trip! I am 45 and was sufficiently blessed to backpedal to class and finish long lasting dream of having my degree. This is my graduate present from my folks… preferred late over never, right?!
    In any case this outing is unquestionably a basin list thing and past energized! Running with my stepmom otherwise known as Mams-56yrs old) and can't new york niagara falls tour choose where all to go!

 

 

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