Five Independent Boutiques in Nashville, Tennessee

We all know that Nashville is a music mecca, but did you know that it is also a prime destination for fashionable shoppers committed to supporting independent boutiques? Here are five independent Nashville boutiques that will keep you coming back for more.

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Five Places to See Art in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville certainly lives up to its nickname, “The Athens of the South.” A cultural mecca in terms of music, live entertainment, and culinary feats, Nashville is also a great place to experience visual art. Here are my top five picks for places to see art in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Autumn Southern Style: Four Fall Drives to Take in the South

Some of the best fall getaways in September, October and November involve merely getting in the car, rolling down the windows and watching all of the fall colors come into view. Coupled with the crisp fall air and maybe even in a picnic basket in the back seat, autumn is one of the best times to take a weekend away and just drive. While New England often gets a great deal of the acclaim for autumnal colors and drives, the South has its fair share of stunning fall drives. If you find yourself in the U.S. South, these drives are ideal for a fall getaway.

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This Week's Travel Blogger Round-Up 8.19.13

Today, at OneTravel, we've decided to simplify your lives and round up a collection of kick-butt travel blogs from last week for your viewing pleasure. We've got everything from elephant rides in India, south of the Mason-Dixie line into Tennessee, and over to Belgium for your hunger needs.

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Three Top Places to Visit in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville---known for its rich history, live music scene, and great restaurants--- is a wonderful place for tourists. Here are three great places to visit the next time you find yourself in the “Athens of the South.”

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