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    Welcome to Nashville


    Welcome to Nashville


    Wyndham Nashville
    2415 McGavock Pike
    Nashville, TN 37214

    The Wyndham Nashvile Resort is the only timeshare located in Nashville Tennessee. Just one mile from the Grand Ole Opry near the Cumberland River. Spacious one and two-bedroom condo suites, full or mini kitchens. All furnished in a country décor with amenities like cable TV, DVD players, complimentary Wi-Fi, in-unit washers and dryers. (What is your favorite building and unit?)

    What are your favorite things to do while vacationing in Nashville ?

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    Nashville Pedestrian Bridge


    Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge

    links Nashville Tennessee greenways


    http:// www. americantrails .org /resources/structures/
    Cumberland-River-Pedestrian-Bridge-TN.html

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    General Jackson Showboat


    General Jackson

    2812 Opryland Drive
    Nashville, TN 37214
    (615) 458-3900


    The world's grandest Paddlewheel showboat (Length 300 ft) offers delicious meals and county music entertainment while cruising the majestic Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee.

    www. generaljackson .com

    Anyone been on the General Jackson
    for Steve Hall & Shotgun Red Show or
    Christmas Holiday Lunch/Dinner Cruise?

    How is the seating assigned for the (dinner) shows?

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    Nashville


    The Nashville City Tour


    Sightseeing tour of Historic Nashville, The State Capitol, The Parthenon, Music Row and Studio B. Including the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.

    Bicentennial Mall - Fort Nashboro - Vanderbilt University

    The Grand Legends Tour

    Opryland Hotel and Delta Boats and Music Valley

    Explore the beautiful gardens and waterfalls of Opryland Hotel while you ride on the Delta boats through the hotel's breathtaking Delta addition which features 4.5 acres all under a domed ceiling fashioned in glass.

    Grand Ole Opry House and the Grand Ole Opry Museum.

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    Historic - Union Station - Hotel Nashville


    Union Station


    A splendidly restored 19th-Century railroad station

    Construction began on Aug. 1, 1898.
    Station officially opened on Oct. 9, 1900.
    The track level once held two alligator ponds.
    The Train Shed was the largest unsupported span
    in America, housing up to 10 full trains at once.
    Officially opened as a hotel in December 1986.
    Re-dedicated on October 9, 2007
    after an $11 million dollar renovation,

    Union Station Hotel Nashville

    1001 Broadway
    Nashville, Tennessee 37203

    www. unionstationhotelnashville .com

    Union Station was Designated
    a National Historic Landmark in 1977

    National Trust for Historic Preservation
    Historic Hotels of America

    The building's imposing Gothic design,
    featuring lofty turrets and towers.

    Anyone visited Union Station with its exquisite architecture?

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    I have seen Shotgun Red and he was funny and I have been on the General Jackson but not the two together.We went to all the historic sites. The Civil War site in Franklin was particularly interesting, mostly because the guide was so knowledgeable and so enthusiastic.

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    What I remember about the Wyndham in Nashville is that I had to get on a chair in order to get dishes out of the cupboard. Yes, I am fairly short 5'2", but my 5'8" friend could not reach them either as you have to reach way across the counter to get to the cupboard. A really stupid design and an accident waiting to happen IMO. That being said, we loved Nashville. We also went to Lynchberg to tour Jack Daniels' and ate at Miss Mary Bobo's. Great lunch there.

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