Posts Tagged ‘TN’

Choose Your Cruise

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

No matter where you are vacationing, there is bound to be a night where all you want to do is sit back and relax, and what better way to do so than on a dinner cruise? If you are anywhere in the US or Canada, Dinner Cruises can help you identify the best options for you and your traveling partners to make your trip truly special.

Not only do you get to enjoy a relaxing evening on the water, but you are also treated to a top-notch meal and quality entertainment throughout the night.  Your luxury cruise liner is fitted with the best equipment to optimize your comfort during your stay.  So whether you are visiting Nashville, spending time in Montreal, or taking a break in Hawaii, you are completely covered.

For those who are more interested in kicking back during the day, there are a number of more casual lunch cruises available.  This is a perfect opportunity to catch some rays while being guided around to see the fantastic scenery in your location of choice.  Sightseeing can get tiring, so this is your chance to let someone else do all the heavy lifting.

Take a look at www.dinnercruises.us today and let Dinner Cruises help you to find the best water activities and cruises to meet your needs.

Nashville by Day or by Night

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Enjoy the sights and sounds of one of America’s greatest cities: Nashville, home of the Grand Ole Opry and the famous Music Row area that houses hundreds of businesses related to country, gospel, and contemporary Christian music.  Legions of stars currently call Nashville home, including country music greats Dolly Parton, Martina McBride, and Trisha Yearwood.

While you are in the area, be sure to check out the Nashville City Tour, which hits several of the city’s landmarks in a three-hour span of time.  It gives a wonderful and complete overview of historic Nashville and the major landmarks of the city and includes trips to Music Row, the State Capitol, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the famous Ryman Auditorium, former home of the Grand Ole Opry.  The tour ends perfectly with a dose of live country music and refreshments at one of the downtown Honky Tonks.

For a crash course on Nashville’s nightlife, check out the Nashville Nights Tour where you can watch Nashville come alive at night as you visit several clubs on Honky Tonk Row and enjoy live music and a complimentary drink.  What better way to truly grasp the spirit of the city than to embrace it yourself with a night out on the town?

Country music is not the only reason to visit this great city, however.  The General Jackson is the world’s largest showboat and its cruises are among Nashville’s most popular activities.  Enjoy a lunch or dinner cruise and show, which lasts about 3 to 4 hours and provides for a fun and entertaining time for adults and kids of all ages.

There are also a variety of other tour options, from trolley tours to a Jack Daniels Distillery Tour and everything in between.  For more on this great city and to book tours and activities in the area, visit www.nashvillesightseeing.com.


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