Living in Nashville TN

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Living In Nashville

What it's like to live in the city know across the world as Music City for its association with the Country music industry but also famous for its world class sporting teams like the Titans and the Predators

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Nashville, TN's Best Swimming LocationsFor people who like to swim, finding just the right place can be very important. Some people swim for enjoyment, some do it for exercise, and some choose a combination of both. But no matter which option fits a person's lifestyle, there are a lot of places in and around Nashville, TN for swimming. Here are some of the best choices for anyone who wants to get their exercise in or just have a good time in the water. With so many choices, there is sure to be something for every swimming style and goal.

Wave Country Wave Pool

One of the best places for kids and adults to swim, play, and relax is in a wave pool. At Wave Country, there is plenty to do in and around the water. For people who like the gentle waves there are relaxing options, and for

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Flea Markets in Nashville TN

Flea Market shopping is a very popular way to pick up some great items for a very low price. Often, you will find everything from antiques to furniture to fresh produce and so much more. Whether you just want to find a bargain or you enjoy negotiating a price on a hard-to-find item, flea market shopping might be perfect for you.

Finding the right flea market isn't hard in Nashville. Top choices include:

Trinity Flea Market

The Trinity Flea Market is located at 120 Trinity Lane in Nashville. It is easy to access by taking exit 87A off of I-65. This flea market is open on the weekends from Friday through Sunday. Shoppers who want to score a great deal on secondhand items, antiques and collectibles will love this unique flea market. In

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The Most Beautiful Parks in Nashville, TN

One of the best things about living in a city is the chance to get a break from the noise, smog, and crowds. For the lucky people of Nashville, they won't have to go very far to be in a whole new world. The parks of this famous Southern town are one of its most prized possessions, meaning they're open to everyone who appreciates a little greenery in an industrial country.

Fanny Maes Dees Park

This park is beloved by adults and children alike. Even though it's not the largest park, it's well kept and full of shady spots. And while Fanny Maes Dees may be its official name, the park is often called Dragon Park because it has a huge mosaic sculpture of the mythical creature sitting prominently amidst the grass. The park holds a nostalgic place in

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Yoga Studios in Nashville, TN

Yoga has become very popular across the globe and Nashville certainly has plenty of choices for your Yoga workout. Whether you're a beginner, an expert or fall somewhere in the middle, you can find the right studio and class for your Yoga needs. Here are some of the top choices for Yoga in Nashville.

Steadfast and True Yoga

This Yoga studio provides a great choice in the Edgehill Village neighborhood. They provide plenty of classes for all types of skill levels and even have Acro Yoga on Thursday Nights. Classes are held every day of the week and range from $5 to $15 for a single class. They also have packages ranging from $50 to $200.

Hot Yoga Plus

Yoga has so many amazing benefits. Tone your body by stretching, and be challenged with

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The Best Museums in Nashville, TN

History is deep in Nashville and there's a museum for just about everything. Whether you prefer to visit an art museum or one centered around music, you can choose from many throughout the city. Here are the top choices for your next museum visit.

History is deep in Nashville and there's a museum for just about everything. Whether you prefer to visit an art museum or one centered around music, you can choose from many throughout the city. Here are the top choices for your next museum visit.

Frist Center for the Visual Arts

As one of the top choices for performances, films, lectures, family events, music events and incredible art, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts should be at the top of your list. You will find some of the best art in

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Best Things To Do In Nashville Without Spending MoneyNashville can be expensive, just like other well known, popular cities in the United States. Still, there are many things to do in Nashville TN for free or low cost. Knowing where to look and where to go can help the people of Nashville to save money while staying entertained. For those who travel long distances to visit Nashville, knowing which places are free can help make visiting the city a more enjoyable experience.

Shakespeare in the Park

As in many other cities with an appreciation for culture, Nashville residents can enjoy free Shakespeare in the Park shows in the late summer months. Located in Centennial Park, Shakespeare in the Park shows start their pre-show entertainment at 6:30, with performances beginning at 7:30. While

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The Best Water Parks in Nashville, TN

When temperatures rise and kids are off from school, what are some of the best attractions to keep kids cool and busy? Aside from pools in and around the Nashville area, head over to some of the family-friendly water parks suitable for children, teens and adults.

Spend some quality time together splashing around in lazy rivers and water rides in one or more of the best water parks in Nashville today.

Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort

One of the best ways to make the most of the summer is to head down to one of fun water parks in or around the Nashville area. Check out the Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort located at 4001 Bell Road in Hermitage and along the shores of Percy Priest Lake. There are 8 water rides, a massive water treehouse,

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5 Best Nashville Vineyards, Wineries and Wine BarsAre you looking to take out some time to wet your palate and explore some of the best wines Nashville has to offer? Music City is home to an eclectic selection of vineyard, wineries and wine bars. Explore popular attractions and enjoy a glass or share a bottle at a Nashville winery or wine bar. Travel just outside of Nashville and walk among the vineyards of Nashville's best vineyards. Nashville residents and visitors have a range of options without having to drive far to find that next great wine.

Music City Vineyards, Wineries and Wine Bars

Visitors are often surprised at the options in and around the Nashville area when it comes to wines. Homegrown varietals and well as more exotic wines are available at Nashville vineyards, wineries and

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Grabbing Breakfast in Nashville? Check Out These Top SpotsBreakfast is the most important meal of the day, and that's certainly the motto in Nashville. Whether it's because the Music City lends itself to late nights and lingering mornings, or because Southerners simply appreciate a deliciously nutritious breakfast, it seems that Nashville has a special spot in its heart for this morning meal.

These are some of the top spots to enjoy breakfast in Nashville:

Biscuit Love

While it now boasts two Nashville locations and a thriving base of hungry fans, Biscuit Love was originally a humble food truck that traveled around the city in search of people looking for a playful version of brunch. Now, the restaurant serves up breakfast meals—both with and without a biscuit—from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. every day.

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Nashville Offers Great Diversity in Food as well as in MusicWhile plenty of folks flock to Nashville for the music, with high hopes of seeing a celebrity or two, there are plenty of other good reasons to head for this friendly city with the "small town" vibe.

Food is at the top of the list. No matter where you find yourself in Music City, chances are good that you'll also find something great to eat! Locals love their "hot chicken," and the original Prince's Hot Chicken Shack on the north side is now joined by a second location in South Nashville. It's a Nashville tradition, and even if your palate can't stand the fire and spice you'll love the story! The thriving restaurant, now operated by the great niece of the founder, is a recipient of the coveted James Beard award, and has been dishing out the heat

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