Travel Blogs from Nashville
... After the video screening there was a chance to have your picture taken on the famous stage. We bypassed this option and headed to the back of the auditorium where various glass cases offered views of Opry artifacts and letters written when the building was only a tabernacle. At the end of the display was the original ticket box and signs directed us up the back stairs to a hallway of more historical information and artwork. Through the upstairs doors were a ...
... it symbolized the end of Southern Reconstruction after the Civil War. Approval for a federal building dates to 1856, but construction delays and the Civil War caused Nashville to wait for more than twenty years for a facility to house federal courts, customs, and post office. Treasury architect William Appleton Potter designed this grand example of the Victorian Gothic style. From its massive yet ornate stone block a central clock tower soars. The many rich details, ...
150 S 3rd St
Nashville, TN 37213
Tony and I attend the Yelp Spring Break Elite Event here on Thursday May 8, 2014 from 3-4pm for the special drinks and appetizers event.
... had closed and we missed our flight, then to make our way over to the other side of the bloody airport, to find another delayed flight, and in between this we misplaced ...
... feeling I was going to like this place.
After lunch we carried on, through Cosby with its rusty pick-ups and porch-side rocking chairs nursing cross-eyed people, to Crossville, home of the world´s largest treehouse. A man named Burgess started building it in 1993, and today the treehouse is around 10,000 square feet in size. It surrounds a huge oak tree with six other supporting trees inside. Built entirely without plans, it features spiral ...
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