Nashville, United States travel tips

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Nashville International Airport is the city's number one transportation hub.

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Traveling on a budget? Cath a Greyhound bus and enjoy the ride.

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Most Americans prefer pumping out the miles for a road trip at night, as the traffic is less.

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Even native speakers of English can have trouble understanding accents here and there. Nashville can be a rough ride!

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The Tennessee Titans are the best known sporting team in Nashville.

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Booking a room at Omni Hotel may be problematic as they tend to be full. Call way in advance!

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Hotels in Nashville have quite high standards, and the same applies to Courtyard Nashville Airport.

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Knights Inn Nashville Downtown is a great budget accommodation, recommended for the whole family.

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If you want to get around in Nashville it's best if you don't rely on public transportation.

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Looking for a program for the kids? Check out Adventure Science Center!

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Tennessee State Museum is one of the nation's largest state museums!

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Interested in the civil war? Visit Fort Nashborough and Fort Negley!

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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is one of the most notable sights in Nashville.

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Feel like having a chat? Go ahead and ask a stranger about something!

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The Basement is a real live venua place, check it out!

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Most bars are quite safe in the U.S., and the same applies to 3 Crow Bar. Check it out!

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Having trouble finding the best restaurant? Try Saffire!

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Jack's Barbeque is a great restaurant in Nashville, their ribs are pretty good.

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Nashville is not a culinary capital, but Las Palmas is a pretty decent Mexican place.

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Most Americans are very open-minded, share your culture and you will soon see them in a different light!

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