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Updated on May 7, 2015

Chattanooga,Tennesse Riverboat Tour

Treat yourself to a Chattanooga, Tennessee River Boat Cruise. A great way to see the area and the things it has to offer. Float down the Tennessee, on the Southern Belle and have a one and a half hour lunch excursion. This lovely boat is temperature controlled for comfort. Take your video camera and document your voyage. A delicious lunch or dinner is served while passengers see a part of Tennessee difficult or not possible by car. Cruises have a listing of tour hours from May to September; every age is welcome. For those taking the sightseeing tour eat and look around the shoreline. Snacks are for sale onboard.



Travel Tennessee

The South has hundreds of places of interest, but Tennessee is special. The people, the landscape and the music makes everyone feel at home. Tennessee is the kind of place where money is not everything. If you can spend it great, but if you do not have it, you are just as welcome. If you love down home simple things like honey and blackberries, a good peach pie or a special mixture of soup. Tennessee is where you want to spend time.

Visit the tourist attractions of Memphis and Nashville but check out the state when there are no cameras or crowds of tourist, then, listen to the flow of the Tennessee and the sound of crickets in the evening. The world is moving fast with information given in a split second, but in Tennessee, there is a front porch swing, a rocking chair and a cold glass of Sweet Tea waiting to welcome guests.

Tennessee Travel

Traveling to Tennessee on a budget is always an adventure; once the itinerary is planned there is no way of knowing what will be. Taking a trip through the beautiful state of Tennessee is an unexpected pleasure, Southern Hospitality is alive and well all through this welcoming State. The larger cities Nashville, Memphis and Chattanooga are the places to go if being in the center of things gives that sense of adventure but there are many places that are absolutely awesome. Cheap Travel on a budget in Tennessee with group rates, cabin rentals and other venues. This really saves on the purse strings. Buying tickets in advance saves a bundle, making a choice of restaurants and knowing the days they are crowded helps the budget tremendously; try not to wine and dine at every meal.

Driving through the hills of Tennessee during the fall is nothing but beautiful, take a camera and gets beautiful pictures of fall foliage. Stop in at the Nashville Zoo, while there tour the home of the wise benefactors of the Nashville Zoo. Visit beautiful downtown enjoy the waterfront park and the view off the bridge. Don’t miss the chance to stay at the Tennessee, Grand Old Oprey Hotel which is a whole visit on its own in Tennessee.

In Tennessee a picture with the General Lee and visit Graceland in Memphis. Spend the night in the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel; this group of antique train cars will add zest to any visit. Stop by and tour the many historical colleges or take a ride on an antique train down through North Georgia and Tennessee.Cheap travel to Tennessee on a budget visit the ever so tranquil Smoky Mountain National Park, and stay in a beautiful property nearby.

In Tennessee visit Dollywood and Pigeon Forge, gamble at a mountain top Casino or visit the famous Dixie Stampede. Do gift shopping in Pigeon forge or Gatlinburg; try your legs at a hike to the summit of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains. Take the afternoon and visit Lookout Mountain and Ruby Falls in Chattanooga. Ride the tram that runs down the side of a mountain. Traveling to Tennessee on a budget the aquarium is a spot you don’t want to miss, check out the IMAX Theatre, see the museums and go to the various festivals. Travel to Tennessee on a budget and go fishing, hiking, camping or biking. Try your hand at looking for gorgeous rocks in Tennessee or get wonderful crafts from the Tennessee Cherokee Indian Reservation, so much to do in such a wonderful State, Tennessee.

City of Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee at Christmas

Nashville, Tennessee is pleasantly crisp verging on cold in December but there are days when you need nothing more than a light sweater. In Tennessee activities at Christmas time evolve around God, food and good friends. Nashville, Tennessee is very much a part of that scene with The Gaylord Opryland Hotel lit up so bright you can see it from outer space, and the Radio City Rockettes kicking Christmas into high gear. Nashville is great during the holidays, if your have ever wanted to take a trip back to childhood, Nashville, Tennessee is the place.

Nashville, Tennessee will entertain you with Carriage rides that will take you on a tour of the lights of the city. Visit the living nativity presented by the Woodmont Christian Church. Visit fine dining establishments on land or take a Dinner Cruise on the General Jackson. Stroll the city and feel the relaxation in the air, that’s that Nashville Welcome.

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      theherbivorehippi 7 years ago from Holly, MI

      I go to Gatlinburg usually a couple times a year!! I randomly stumbled upon the city many years ago and fell in love with it. So much to do there and such a great hub!