Whether you’re an avid follower of all things Nashville or you’ve just been to the Kats compareelectricityratesinhouston a few times and like the idea of the team there’s a lot to see and do here that DOESN’T have to do with sports. It’s disappointing, anyway, to no longer be able to take in a Kats game so let us suggest a few more activities for your upcoming Nashville weekend See the Parthenon – Of course, we don’t mean the ACTUAL Parthenon but rather Nashville’s perfect likeness of the structure. Its’ just outside of downtown and if you come at the right time of year you’re bound to hit a festival or art fair on the adjoining field. Belle Meade – If you like history and plantations head out to Belle Meade! It’s actually got the only functional winery in Nashville on site and you can take a tour of the house, too, if that’s your thing. East End – East End Nashville is the city’s newest up and coming area. There are walkable streets, tons of restaurants and the people are quirky and imminently friendly. It may not be a Kats game but it’s a great way to spend an afternoon in Music City!
October 8, 2012
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