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25

Never Run Out Of Things To Do In Nashville

By Bob Levin on June 25th, 2013

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Known as the Music City, Nashville is the cultural jewel of the South. It’s a friendly and sophisticated destination that boasts of its Southern heritage and country roots while keeping up with the finest in dining, lifestyle and the performing and visual arts. There are Nashville hotel discounts available that can make your trip to the city a lot cheaper giving you more money to spend while on vacation.

What You Must See On Your Nashville Trip

The Grand Ole Opry – Also known as Ryman Auditorium and Union Gospel, it is one of the best places to see on your trip down south.

The Hermitage is President Andrew Jackson’s home. These gardens are some of the most gorgeous you’ll find in the country. It was also owned by Nathanial Hayes in the years between 1780 and 1804.

The Parthenon is one of the most breathtaking spots of the South. It was built to be the exact replica of the Parthenon in Athens. It is the landmark that made Nashville known to the rest of the country as The Athens of the South.

A trip to Tennessee wouldn’t be complete without Opryland USA. This would famous hot spot is known for some of the amazing performances that have taken place here. Round your trip out with stopping by The Country Music Hall of Fame in its new 2001 location to make it complete. Walking the halls you’ll find that there are tons of pictures of performances at Opryland and from stars of the Grand Ole Opry.

Nashville Travel Deals

Nashville celebrates music throughout the year, but the city’s largest crowds show up during mid-spring to mid-summer with most of the big music festivals happening in April and June, and the Fourth of July celebrations. Although it’s affordable to visit this city all year long, you can find more cheap hotels in Nashville during the low season which is January through March where there is less crowd due to cooler temperatures and fewer major events.

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Jun

7

What are some attractions to see in Nashville?

By Bob Levin on June 7th, 2013

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What are some attractions to see in Nashville?

 

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Apr

17

What are some of Toronto’s hotspots?

By Bob Levin on April 17th, 2013

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Apr

16

Charming And Intriguing Toronto

By Bob Levin on April 16th, 2013

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Toronto, Ontario’s capital city, offers a diverse variety of attractions for visitors. Beautiful parks adorn this city located on Lake Ontario’s northern bank, and there are plenty of restaurants and places to shop as well. The best deals on Toronto hotels also often include discounts to various attractions to be found in this magnificent city.

Enjoy Toronto’s Recreational Center

The Harbourfront is a large recreational area that includes the Caribana Festival, Winter City, and the exciting Toronto International Film Festival. The Canadian National Exhibition is located at the Harbourfront as well. Nearby attractions include the Air Canada Center and the CN Tower. A day at the Harbourfront is a day well spent enjoying the culture and history of Toronto.

For a charming view of Victorian architecture, a visit to Yorkville is a must. The numerous attractions there include boutiques, galleries full of art, and amazing restaurants. If you prefer to make your own meals, stop by the St. Lawrence Market, which was named among the best markets in the world by Food and Wine magazine. The farmer’s market is open on Saturdays, and on Sunday’s, it is home to an antique market. Toronto hotel discounts are available weekends as well as weekdays.

Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey enthusiasts would love a trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The displays are varied; some cater to younger fans, while others are for adults. Included in this interactive journey are a National Hockey League dressing room replica and various broadcast pods that play footage of memorable hockey moments. After viewing the rich history of hockey, you can visit the Eaton Center, which is home to 17 cinemas and hundreds of restaurants and shops.

Before ending your visit to Toronto, a day spent on Centre Island is in order. The village located on the island is pedestrian only, and it is accessed by a short ferry ride. The village boasts a delightful amusement park, beach areas, a yacht club, and assorted cafés and pubs. To learn more about Toronto cheap hotel rooms and book your vacation, contact Motel.com.

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Apr

10

What is so special about Montreal, Canada?

By Bob Levin on April 10th, 2013

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Mar

13

What is there to do in Melbourne, Australia?

By Bob Levin on March 13th, 2013

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