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... . Shrine Website My photos will be my story of my visit there. The Shrine is a sacred place and so no photos were taken inside. I am off to visit Nashville...Music City. The temperature is below normal. The sun is shining ...
... as part of the college campus, contain marble statuary and the largest collection of 19th century cast iron garden ornaments in the United States, including five cast iron gazebos." When I was at BelleMeade I had taken the tour there with a couple from ...
... morning to try and take more in. Unfortunately my health just won't allow me to take it all in. I ended up loving Nashville. I would definitely come back and see and experience more of it. I am glad I decided to take my chance with the ...
... My final stop of the day was Lincoln-less. I visited Mammoth Cave National Park. This is the longest cave system in the world extending 250 miles. I spent the night in Nashville, ...
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Nashville, Tennessee, United States
772 Harrison Street, Nashville, Tennessee, United States
This over-the-top bus tour offers gossip on country music's hottest stars.
402 12th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, United States
"A brilliantly tacky tribute to Music City." - The City Paper" A hilarious piece of low-brow inspiration turned into high entertainment." - Nashville Scene"The Doyle and Debbie Show is a brilliant musical revue that should be seen more than once." - The Tennessean"Arntson plays Doyle with such conviction it's scary." - The City Paper"Littleton has a terrific voice that can evoke everyone from Patsy Cline to Dolly Parton." - The City Paper
222 Fifth Avenue S, Nashville, Tennessee, United States
This museum highlights the history of country music from its birthplace in the Music City to present-day.