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James H. said, "...back toward Nashville. While in Nashville try to see the Gaylord Opryland Resort, it is really neat and there is the Grand Ole Opry and a country music museum which is free( donation appreciated. Nashville and the area has grown so much since..." See More
Jen R. said, "...has the beautiful mansions and downtown Franklin looked like a cute place to walk around). Also, a drive out to the Grand Ole Opry would be neat - we went there for a concert at night, but didn't realize how far away it..." See More
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Claire W. said, "...watch The Ducks make their grand entrance or exit, then back on I-40 East to Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame Grand Ole Opry Ryman AuditoriumCheekwood-Art & GardensArts District. From Nashville it is a short drive up I-65 north into Kentucky to Mammoth..." See More
Gloria N. said, "...Nashville It is a good time to visit music city. There is the Grand Ole Opry and Broadway downtown. We have a replica of the Partheon in Centennial Park. The Opryland Hotel is beautiful. Come try out Loveless Cafe on highway 100. From..." See More
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Sean K. said, "...Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Tennessee State and Nissan Stadium. If you manage to avoid the touristy areas (Music City Center, the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman and Nashville auditoriums and the convention center) you can probably score a good deal. Better still, consider..." See More
Laura D. said, "...Donelsonis right outside of downtown Nashville. It's where the Nashville International Airport is as well as Opryland Hotel and the Grand Ole Opry. Franklin (Tennessee) is also a great historical place to visit. You can check out The Hermitage Hotel(approximately 15 min..." See More
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