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  1. Oct 6, 2017 #1

    Boatboy24

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    I have a trip coming up where I'm going to have the better part of a Sunday free and virtually on my own. Probably won't have a car, but can certainly use Uber. I'll be staying at the Gaylord, if you know where that is. Any suggestions of things to do? I love live music, but am not much of a country fan.
     
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    Boatboy24

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  4. Oct 10, 2017 #4

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    What a boom town! I just found out that someone paid $7,000 a square FOOT for a lot on Second Ave. in downtown. Wooow...that's $48+ per square INCH!

    There is so much to do, I cannot list it all. A couple suggestions.

    See if you can get some Nashville Brewing Co. lager. They have a Festbier out for fall that is really good. I love their beer, and actually drive 100 miles round trip to stock up on it.

    https://nashvillebrewing.com/

    There are tons and tons of craft breweries there. You should be in heaven.

    If you wish to go to a really, really nice nearby winery, try Kix Brooks' place, Arrington.

    http://www.arringtonvineyards.com/

    If you are a country music fan, a trip to the Ryman may be of interest. It oozes music history.

    https://www.ryman.com/

    The star of "American Pickers" has an Antique Archeology store in downtown.

    https://franklin.thefuntimesguide.com/antique-archaeology-nashville/
     
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    BigSell

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    Lived there for 14 years, just returnd from my Sons wedding. Get a ride to Lower Broad and 2nd. This is the Meca of Nashville tourism, lots of bars, restraunts and people watching. Tons of things to do and I bet the Gaylord might have transportation.

    Clark
     

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