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Best Reasons to Choose a Prom Limo
Spring is here, and that means it's prom season once again. You're probably wishing the night was just here already! You've got the perfect dress or tuxedo picked out, you've asked the date of your dreams, and you're ready to go. When you've got prom night in Nashville, here are the top reasons to consider choosing a prom limo.
Plan Out Your Social Media
Prom night is one of the biggest social media events of the season. This night is all about taking the perfect Instagram posts with friends and your boyfriend or girlfriend, no filter required. Or maybe you've got a Snapchat story planned to share with friends who can't come. Or maybe you're ready to tweet the night away, but your little brother is ready to take a funny Vine video of you picking up your date.
Hiring a prom limo changes all that. With a prom limo, the focus is all on you, your crew, and having a good time. There are no younger siblings around to spoil the drive. You can simply relax and enjoy the evening.
Even better, you can feel assured that our chauffeurs will treat you like an adult - making this already special night even more perfect.
Impress Your Parents - And Your Date
On prom night, your parents are bound to be worried about you breaking curfew. Reassure them by planning a limo rental. Our courteous and professional chauffeurs will impress Mom and Dad, and the fact that you planned ahead is also likely to earn you some serious credibility.
Your parents will also feel comfortable that, should you plan for it, our chauffeurs will get you back at a mutually agreed-upon time. There's no need for frantic text messages or missed calls. You can enjoy your prom night, and your parents will enjoy knowing when you'll be home.
Using our ground transportation services in Nashville will let your date know you went the extra mile. What date wouldn't want to be picked up by a chauffeur with a comfortable and luxurious limo beckoning? It's also a great opportunity for a selfie.
Have a Fun Night
Prom can go pretty late - and sometimes there's also an after-party at a friend's house. Everyone's parents will be happy knowing that there is a professional chauffeur on hand to pick up the group and bring everyone safely home. No matter how late the night goes, our chauffeurs are prepared to come and get you.
Avoid Ruining Your Dress or Tuxedo
The dress or tuxedo is one of the most important parts of prom night - but they also require special care. Prom dresses are usually marked that no returns are accepted, and when you rent a tux, you have to get it back to the store on time. That means that you could spend the night worrying about making sure your outfit stays looking perfect. Or, you could hire our Nashville limo service to help you get to and from your prom. Our clean and spacious limos will ensure you look great all night.
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The importance of a chauffeur being always early
Travelers know that traveling – be it for personal or business reasons – can be stressful. Whether the source of anxiety or frustration stems from long lines at the airport, tarmac delays, baggage- or weather-related issues, there are many uncontrollable elements that can wreak havoc on someone headed out of town. One of the advantages of hiring our limo service in Nashville is leveraging our vast wealth of experience in delivering professional chauffeured services to all of our clients and passengers. Preparedness, planning and execution behind the scenes are the some of the most effective ways that we can lower frustrations that travelers routinely experience.
Helping our clients prepare for stress-free travel starts with a seamless reservation process that includes detailed confirmations shared with passengers that outline pick-up time, location, final destination (including stops along the way, if applicable) and the rate quoted. This information is designed to deliver peace of mind and help us to plan for your upcoming travel including dispatching the vehicle, locating any addresses unfamiliar to our staff, staging the chauffeur in advance of your scheduled departure time and, if applicable, monitoring incoming flight arrival times.
Your stress-free travel experience continues with your chauffeur being early for the scheduled pick-up time. If you are leaving the Nashville area, it is likely that your hope is that the vehicle will arrive at the time agreed upon. However, we have learned that by staging the chauffeur and vehicle 15-20 minutes ahead of the scheduled pick-up time, you will be able to head out a few minutes early and allow the chauffeur to assist in loading your bags and making passengers comfortable. This will allow you to leave at the scheduled departure time or simply make the most of every minute before leaving for your trip. If you are flying into the Nashville area, we closely monitor flight arrival times to coordinate chauffeur and vehicle placement to account for either early arrivals or delays. In either instance, it is important for the chauffeur to be early to quickly and efficiently deliver you to your destination of choice.
Elements of travel that can be controlled, should be, and that starts with the chauffeur being early for client pick-ups. We work tirelessly behind the scenes to execute a level of service that will leave you feeling relaxed and your chauffeur able to complete their responsibilities to the best of their abilities. Attention to detail is a hallmark of our service, from reassigning vehicles and/or chauffeurs to accommodate early/late arrivals to tracking flight cancellations and customer re-bookings, we work around the clock to have our chauffeurs prepared to meet their passengers morning, noon and night.
Passengers booking their ground transportation in Nashville have come to expect safe, comfortable, luxurious and professional services from our company. We take pride in offering a range of chauffeured services that help alleviate many of the common stresses associated with travel. You will find that our reservation process, chauffeur punctuality and fleet of vehicles will all help reduce many of the stresses routinely associated with traveling.
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20 Nashville Events & Happenings: March 2017
Although the weather in January and February has been unseasonably warm, we still had our fair share of afternoons spent drying out by the fire. But with the arrival of March, we get to bid farewell to the winter doldrums and enjoy great Nashville events such as the Cheekwood in Bloom or the Nashville Chili Festival. And what better way to enjoy these annual events that letting yourself be driven by our professional chauffeurs. If you want to experience the Grand Difference in every detail, contact our Nashville limo service and let us take care of all your transportation needs.
March 2-5, 2017: The Nashville Lawn and Garden Show
The Nashville Lawn and Garden Show will feature stunning live gardens, free lectures and demonstrations, a floral design gallery and a vendor marketplace. Held at The Fairgrounds Nashville, the event will run Thursday through Saturday. And, on March 4, there will be a one-day wine festival inside the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show featuring wines produced in Tennessee!
March 4, 2017: MAD Bash – Science of Taste
Step inside the Adventure Science Center and be amazed at the exciting and interesting ways in which science merges with food and cocktails. Embrace your inner mad scientist as you enjoy the creation of cocktails and taste pairings and watch live culinary demonstrations using blow torches and liquid nitrogen. Experience the wonders of science in the ASC’s Sudekum Planetarium, and enjoy live music before partaking in the silent and live auctions. This is an event you don’t want to miss, so bring your friends to explore the Science of Taste, while supporting our next generation of scientists, engineers, explorers and innovators who will change the world! Tickets are $100-$250 per person.
March 4, 2017: Ballet Ball and Ballet Ball Late Party
Celebrate the arts at this elegant, black-tie affair. With a glamorous cocktail hour, a gourmet seated dinner and an exclusive gala performance by Nashville Ballet, this promises to be a delightful evening. Ballet Ball will feature entertainment curated in creative collaboration with the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM): world-renowned choir the Fisk Jubilee Singers®, blues-rock duo Muddy Magnolias and GRAMMY/Dove/Emmy award-winning producer Shannon Sanders. The Late Party, which is held after the main ball dinner, is a chic evening of cocktails and desserts that is popular among 20- and 30-somethings. Late Party attendees will also have the opportunity to enjoy the gala performance. To inquire about an invitation to Ballet Ball, contact Jeanette Barker at email@example.com. Tickets for the late party are $150 and can be purchased at nashvilleballet.com.
March 4, 2017: Mardi Gras Masquerade
You might not be able to make it to New Orleans but you can still celebrate Mardi Gras in Nashville. Head to The Standard, an 1840’s mansion on Rosa L. Parks. Blvd., for a swinging good time. For a $75 ticket, you can enjoy an open bar, jambalaya and swing dance lessons. For $125, you can gain access to the Shindig Mafia Lounge, have a private bartender, access the open top-shelf bar, and enjoy jambalaya and swing dance lessons. There will be a live band and costume contest so wear your dancing shoes and don your best attire.
March 4-12, 2017: House For Hope Designer Show House
We just love a good show house and this is no exception! The tour of this 4,200 square foot modern farmhouse, built by Carbine & Associates, is well worth the $15 ticket price. It’s located in the new Franklin neighborhood, Southern Preserve. With 15 of the best Southeastern design tastemakers having lent a hand, you know this house is stellar. Grab some friends and enjoy as this house benefits area children’s charities, so it’s all for a good cause! For more information, see: carbineandassociates.com.
March 5, 2017: Taste of Williamson
The Annual Taste of Williamson is presented by Nissan and benefits United Way of Williamson County. The event will held at Cool Springs Galleria on Sunday, March 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. Taste of Williamson features the area’s best restaurants and caterers who offer “tastes” of their favorite creations. Ticket holders will also be able to meet the chefs, sip a favorite beverage and enjoy musical entertainment. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door. This event will help kick off Restaurant Week (which runs March 6 through March 11). Visit tasteofwilliamson.com.
March 7, 2017: Tennessee Flavors
Raise a fork to local and regional food and beverage artisans, whose creations have brought Nashville to the forefront of the culinary world. Tennessee Flavors, now in its 6th year, is an event celebrating the culinary arts and a continued focus on Tennessee-sourced products and local flavor, all of which help make our growing community so special. In support of the Nashville State Community College Foundation, this annual tasting event has become a beloved tradition for both friends of the Foundation and the wider food-loving community. Plan to come hungry, as you will be treated to a wide selection of mouthwatering samples from more than 75 local chefs and makers. Tickets for this annual tasting event are $50-$165. Visit tnflavors.org.
March 8-12, 2017: SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament
This month, Nashvillians can enjoy five days of basketball with seven games, 14 teams and plenty of competition. Held at Bridgestone Arena, the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament will bring our favorite Southern men’s basketball teams to Music City and the winner will get an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Don’t miss all the action and get your tickets today! Find more information at secticketoffice.com.
March 11, 2017: Whiskey Warmer
The end of winter is something we are all happy to raise a glass to. This one night, Whiskey Wonderland will include whiskey tastings, local food and live music. Held outdoors, this event will most likely be chilly, but with more than 30 types of whiskey, you will quickly warm up! Tickets are $34. Visit whiskeywarmer.com for more details.
March 11, 2017: Mercy & Magic at Green Door Gourmet
The Porch’s annual fundraiser event showcases stories and songs. This year, songwriter Mary Gauthier will take the stage with NYT bestselling author (and friend of Mary’s) Wally Lamb for conversations about art, truth, empathy and transformation — and musical performances. The pair will reflect on ways in which literature and music have made a crucial different in their lives. Proceeds for the event benefit The Porch Writers’ Collective. VIP tickets will include a meet-and-greet reception before the show with wine, beer, a signature cocktail, and heavy hors d’oeuvres. General admission tickets are $50 and VIP tickets are $150. Learn more at eventbrite.com.
March 11, 2017: Music at the Mill
If you are looking to get out of town, head to Evin’s Mill for Music at the Mill. This concert series offers intimate evenings of acoustic music and in March, Tim Buppert will take the stage. Buppert is known for his singing and songwriting with stars such as Trisha Yearwood, Michael Peterson and Kevin Sharp. Purchase the all-inclusive package, which includes appetizers, a four-course dinner, a concert performance and full breakfast the following morning for $300-$370 per couple. If you aren’t looking to stay the night, attend dinner and the concert for $120 per couple. Call 615-269-3740 for ticket information and reservations. Visit evinsmill.com.
March 11, 2017: 14th Annual Main Street Brewfest
Each year, Main Street in Franklin hosts a lively, outdoor party. Beer lovers will gather for local, national and international brews, live entertainment, food trucks, shopping and more. Dozens of varieties of craft beers will be offered as you stroll down Main Street. General admission tickets are $55. Learn more at downtownfranklintn.com.
March 14 through April 15, 2017: Jack Spencer: This Land, An American Portrait at David Lusk Gallery
Photographer Jack Spencer’s recent book This Land has garnered attention for photos that capture his travels across 48 states. His depiction of America today artistically displays the country’s many facets. Jack is showcasing his work in his hometown of Nashville at David Lusk Gallery during a month-long exhibit. The show opens on March 14 with a book signing and opening event from 5 to 8 p.m. Visit davidluskgallery.com.
March 17 & 18, 2017: TEDxNashville at Andrew Jackson Hall
Leaders in technology, entertainment, design, science, art, education, government, public policy, health care and other areas will gather to share their inspiring ideas for social change. A series of events will be held at TPAC. The speakers haven’t been announced, but if the success of the past years is any indication, they will be impressive and inspiring. Visit tedxnashville.com.
March 18, 2017: Goodwill Wedding Gala
For brides to be, bridesmaids and lovers of weddings, this is a must-attend event. More than 1,000 wedding gowns and bridesmaids dresses will be discounted and sold at Goodwill’s Wedding Gala. With prices starting as low as $49.99, you will find quality gowns for a fraction of the price! Visit giveit2goodwill.org.
March 18, 2017: Nuit Belge at Marathon Music Works
Experience a taste of Belgium through beer and cuisine. Belgian beers can be enjoyed with small plates from some of Nashville’s favorite restaurants. Don’t miss the chance to embrace the unique taste of Belgium at this event, held at Marathon Music Works. Ticket prices range from $99-$149. Visit nuitbelge.com.
March 18, 2017: Music City Half Marathon, 10K and 5K
Try your luck on one of the flatter races held in Music City. Although there are a few hills tossed into the course, you can gain some speed in between. Running along the Cumberland River (starting at East Bank Landing), the half marathon will kick off at 8 a.m., the 10k will begin at 8:15 and the 5k will begin at 8:30. Be sure to stick around for food, drinks and prizes that will be given out after the race. Learn more at team-magic.com.
March 18 through April 23, 2017: Cheekwood in Bloom
Each year, we look forward to the colorful transformation at Cheekwood. As the tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and violets bloom, the gardens become decorated with vibrant color. Throughout the month-long celebration there will be special events for folks of all ages. Learn more at cheekwood.org.
March 25 through April 15, 2017: Nashville Repertory Theatre’s production of A Raisin in the Sun
A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry hits the stage at TPAC’s Johnson Theatre. Nashville Repertory Theatre’s production of this American classic is one not to miss. The story follows three generations of a Chicago family as they lose their patriarch. As the first play written by an African American woman to appear on Broadway, this play has earned its place in history. Visit nashvillerep.org for tickets and showtimes.
March 26, 2017: Nashville Chili Festival
Dive into a bowl of chili at the Nashville Chili Festival. Held at Basement East, this event will feature chili tasting, live music, kids activities and a pepper eating contest. If you believe your chili reigns supreme, you can go up against some of the best in the chili-making game. General admission tickets are $20; general admission plus four beer tickets are $40. Learn more at nashvillechilifestival.com.
Have a happy March!
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Upcoming spring events in Nashville
Spring is in the air once again, and along with warmth and awakening nature, that means all kinds of exciting, upcoming events. Whether you are into cars, pets, flowers, or educational conventions, there is something out there for you. Those familiar with the Nashville scene, in particular, know this happening place to be no exception when it comes to the provision of such great, springtime revelry. Follow along as your premier limo rental service of Nashville does it again. Here is your quick guide to some of the best upcoming pageantry and fare in the Nashville area for spring 2017.
Edgehill Rocks Festival
Music, art, food, and more mark the exciting program of the Edgehill Rocks Festival. This is a free event for all to attend and takes place on April 2 from 10 am to 6 pm. Villa Place is the location in which Edgehill Village is consumed by this all-day family-fun event.
Spring wouldn't be so in Nashville without the passage of the annual Iroquois Steeplechase. Since 1941, this world-renowned horse racing event has drawn thousands each and every spring. The location for this event is the Percy Warner Park, and the date this year is May 13.
Tin Pan South
Tin Pan South is the Nashville area's yearly gathering and festival of hundreds of singers and songwriters. It is also the world's largest of such gatherings to date. Between March 28 and April 1, Music City sponsors this event with dozens of individual performances and acts that take place all over the city for these five, fun-filled days.
Nashville Fashion Week
From April 4 to April 8, Nashville Fashion Week takes over the city. See the latest trends along with homage to the old within this gathering of fashion designers, models, fashion shows, parties, and even interactive workshops. Big Nashville names such as Cavanagh Baker, Andrew Gallivan, and Minxx will appear along with other greats from across the country.
Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival
April 8 is the day that the city of Nashville marks this spring-time draw this year. The Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival is a unique combination of a tribute to the cherry tree and a city-wide promise to plant 1,000 of them several years ago as well as an homage to Japanese-American relations. The free walk starts at 9 am and is followed by a day of Japanese cultural festivities, food, and other family-grade excitement.
Wild West Comedy Festival
From April 17 to April 23, the city gives the nod to its rough-and-tumble past as well as the overall spirit of the American Wild West. This is a comedy festival with many shows, exhibitions, and other events but with a loose background theme of those older days of spirited recollection. This year, Larry the Cable Guy, Adam Sandler, Patton Oswalt, and many other big names will make their presence known.
When it comes to springtime in Tennessee, Nashville is definitely one of the most enjoyable and spirited places to be. As always, your friends at Grand Avenue welcome you to this beautiful time of year in the city as we gear up for the celebration ourselves. For the very best in comfortable ground transportation that Nashville has to offer, give us a call today. Nashville, spring, and expert chauffeuring from Grand Avenue - prepare for a great time.
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How to Prevent Jet Lag From Sabotaging Your Business Trip
One of the most significant challenges people face when traveling to a distant location is jet lag. This is most common when you cross two more time zones during your trip. Your body may still be adjusted to your time back home, but you may need to be awake, eating meals and performing activities based on the time in the new area. Jet lag can leave you feeling groggy and out of sorts, and it can ruin your business trip in many cases. If you want to minimize or eliminate jet lag from the equation during your next trip, consider following these helpful tips.
Choose Overnight Flights
Many people prefer to avoid overnight flights because of the perception that sleeping on planes is difficult. Plane seats are certainly not as comfortable as your bed at home, but sleep is possible when you are fatigued. When crossing multiple time zones, your plan may be to sleep on the plane so that you can be ready to attend meetings when you arrive at your destination. Sleeping on a plane is easier to do when you are already tired, and this is most common on overnight flights. Be sure that you arrange transportation ahead of time when traveling overnight. So, should you need to arrive at your hotel in the middle of the night, you can schedule anytime for a Nashville airport shuttle or limo service.
Adjust Your Daily Habits Before You Depart
Another great idea is to adjust your daily habits as much as possible before you depart. For example, a few days before your departure date, try adjusting your sleeping and eating schedule by a few hours while you are still at home. If you are traveling to the other side of the world, making a complete adjustment to a new schedule within a few days can be difficult to do. However, by at least getting the adjustment process started, you will find that it is easier to adjust to daily activities in a new location once you arrive.
Use Melatonin or Sleeping Pills
While jet lag can be problematic in a distant location, some people find that this issue is enhanced by an inability to sleep comfortably in a hotel. A smart idea is to pack some melatonin or sleeping pills with you. These pills can help you to fall asleep more easily when you are ready to do so, and they can help you to stay asleep for several hours or more. This ensures that your first full night of sleep at your destination is restful and complete.
Jet lag can be burdensome to deal with when you are traveling. In some cases, the effects of fatigue and grogginess may last for several days or longer, and this can dramatically interfere with your comfort and enjoyment while traveling. When you plan ahead and follow these helpful tips, you can more easily overcome or even eliminate the effects of jet lag on your body while traveling.
Productivity Tips: Working while out of Office
Working while you’re out of the office is a talent not everyone possesses. It’s not easy to work while you’re in a hotel longing to spend time by the pool, late at night after a long day of meetings, or when you’re home with a dozen other things that require your attention. We know how easy it is to put down the computer in favor of helping the kids enjoy an afternoon or to order room service when you want something sweet, and that’s why we love to help our customers learn how to improve their lives. When you’re working while out of the office, there are a few tips that help you become more productive and more focused.
Make a List
Everyone loves a good to-do list, but it’s essential when you’re working out of the office. You want to finish faster, you want to be more efficient, and you want to get things done. It’s easier to put things on a list and put them in order of what’s most important to what’s least important. When you can get the difficult stuff done first, you can breeze through the rest of it without an issue and finish quickly. A list is a tangible reminder of what’s left to do before you can enjoy your time out of the office. It’s a motivator to get things accomplished.
If you’re working while you’re out of the office, you must set boundaries. This means telling friends and family that just because you’re home you can’t have guests or take long lunches or chat on the phone all day. It means telling your coworkers when you’re available and when you’re not, and it means making sure the boundaries aren’t crossed so your schedule isn’t disrupted.
Work When You Can
When you’re not in the office, you might take advantage of the moments you can’t do anything else to get work done. Why not call our Nashville limo service and allow our professional chauffeurs to take you where you need to go so you can work in the car while nothing else productive is going on? Our Nashville airport transportation service provides you ample time to sit back and safely make calls and respond to work emails.
Take a Break
If you’re working away from the office, you must learn to take breaks. It’s not always easy to take a break when you are in a groove, but you must know your limits. You’ll only get so much done if you’re exhausted and in need of some fresh air. Don’t feel bad taking a break. You’re no good to anyone if you’re unfocused and your mind is wandering. A 15-minute break will refresh you and help you gather your thoughts to go back to your computer and focus. This is going to help you work smarter and more efficiently.
Working out of the office isn’t easy all the time, but it’s something you’ll learn to make work once you have some practice. These tips just give you a much-needed head start on making that happen.
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Don't Waste Time Packing These Unneeded Items for Your Next Trip
Do you ever find yourself stressing right before a trip because you have too many things you want to bring and not enough luggage space? You would love to be able to bring everything you need in a carry-on or at least be able to check a bag that is within a reasonable weight limit to avoid huge fees. You can avoid bringing unnecessary items by checking the hotel room amenities list before you even start to pack. You may find that the hotel has a lot of what you need.
Nashville is a progressive destination city that knows how to take care of its guests. Before you leave home, be sure to book your airport shuttle service with our team. Here are some things you shouldn’t have to pack for your trip.
Most brand name hotels, and definitely higher end establishments, will supply you with as much shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, and mouthwash you need or want. Many hotels also throw in a sewing kit, a shower cap, and a shoe-shine mitt. Just bring your toothpaste and the can’t live without personal sundries.
A hairdryer is also pretty standard in all hotel rooms now. There is no reason to travel with one.
Many hotels have full size irons and ironing boards in the closet. If not, ask for them. If they can’t accommodate you, you can always use the valet service or a local dry-cleaner to have your clothes pressed.
Bringing your yoga mat and 5 pound weights is just not necessary. You can use hotel towels for yoga, if you are concerned about the cleanliness of the carpet in your room. You can always get new towels. Water bottles can stand in for hand weights. Many hotels now offer fitness centers with weights, mats, balls, and a few machines. They may be small, but you can time it right by going in super early or during dinner hours.
Bringing your finest jewelry is not a wise move. Leave the pricey stuff and that Rolex watch safe at home. Hotel room theft is not uncommon. Pack a few pieces of nice costume jewelry and watches - just enough to mix and match. You don’t need to go overboard.
If you are visiting a happening city like Nashville, you aren’t likely to be sitting in your hotel room reading. So, don’t pack a lot of reading material. Bring one book for the flights. At the airport, pick up the local newspaper and immerse yourself in the culture during your Nashville limo service drive into town. Ask your chauffeur what is the best local paper to catch up on the news. Your hotel will probably have newspapers and magazines available as a courtesy or for purchase.
The bottom line on traveling light to a metropolitan area is that you can always purchase what you need when you get there if your hotel is not accommodating. Pack the essentials. That includes clothing that is easy to pack and wrinkle free.
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Mixing Business with Pleasure in Nashville
When visiting Nashville, Tennessee, on a business trip, make sure that you mix things up a bit and add a bit of pleasure to your getaway. Music City, U.S.A., has a plethora of fun and excitement guaranteed to help you live life to the fullest no matter what type of activities that you enjoy.
Using our limo service Nashville from the BNA Airport to your hotel is highly recommended, and you'll love arriving at your business meetings in luxurious style. But, don't let the excitement stop there. You'll fit in with the stars when you're riding around the city in one of our chauffeur-driven limos, exploring the goodness that has made Nashville one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Riding inside of a limo is fun and exciting, and certainly, makes it easier to get around an unfamiliar place without missing any of the fun.
Nashville's Top Attractions
Fans of country music won't be disappointed with attractions in Nashville. In the downtown area, the Country Music Hall of Fame provides a glimpse at some of the best country music acts to make it in the industry, both legends, and new faces. The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman Auditorium, and Studio B are additional stops for country music fans to enjoy.
The 2nd Avenue area in downtown Nashville is home to some of the best honky-tonks in the U.S. If you want to experience nightlife only the way that you can in Nashville, make your way to Legend's Downtown or one of the other great hot spots. Hard Rock Café is another top downtown location that you can visit after a long, hard day and enjoy a drink and fun atmosphere.
If you're not a fan of country music or want to enjoy more while in Nashville, there's still plenty of fun awaiting to choose from. Don't miss the chance to grab a bite to eat at the infamous Loveless Café, a nationally-known and recommended restaurant serving some of the best homemade biscuits and fried chicken you'll ever taste. The Schermerhorn Symphony is a nationally recognized symphony center worth a visit. Other top Nashville attractions include:
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- Nashville Zoo: The zoo isn't a stop only for children. If you have a couple of extra hours while in town and love animals both exotic and traditional, visit the zoo.
- The Hermitage: Home of President Andrew Jackson, this historic landmark is the perfect adventure for any history buff. Guided and self-guided tours of both the home and grounds and accompanying garden are available.
- Gaylord Opryland Resort Gardens: A seal of excellence winner, these gardens are sure to invigorate your senses and inspire you from the inside out.
It's easy to enjoy these top Nashville attractions or any of the many others that exist in the city when you trust our professional limo service to get you where you're going.
Call us for Your Transportation Needs
With our easy-to-use; safe; and affordable Nashville transportation services, you'll certainly get more out of your business trip than expected. If you're ready to experience Nashville the way that it should be experienced, let one of our local chauffeurs get you around.
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The Five Cutest Things to Do on Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and you are trying to come up with unique ideas on different activities that you can do with your loved one. He/she is very deserving of a day or evening filled with surprises and romantic moments. You want the occasion to be very special and are seeking ideas that will impress and thrill your better half. Some creative tips on how to do just that, include a:
If the two of you are on a tight budget, or if one of you works at night, celebrate this special day with an elegant breakfast. Invest in a nice tray with legs and serve him/her breakfast in bed. Pancakes, waffles, omelets, and eggs cooked the way he/she likes them are all very good choices. Place a crisp red napkin, a special Valentine's card, and bud vase with a delicate red rose on the tray. Add coffee, mimosas, and/or juice, and of course, a meal for yourself, and then spend the rest of the morning in bed.
Everyone expects to go out for a fancy dinner on Valentine's evening, but you can shake things up by planning a picnic at a unique location. Pack a picnic dinner and include favorites such as fried chicken, potato salad, fresh rolls, and a bottle of champagne. Be sure to pack a blanket and warm clothes. Stare up at the sky after you finish your meal and enjoy a romantic evening under the stars (weather permitting, of course).
Take your loved one out for a progressive dinner. Start at a venue that is well-known for its appetizers. Enjoy cocktails also at this location. Then make the next stop at a restaurant that has beautiful salads and add a glass of wine to the fare. Next, order entrees at a steakhouse or well-known upscale restaurant and drink more wine. Dessert can be had at a fun ice cream or yogurt shop. Finish up the evening at his place or your place with chocolates and champagne. Note: If you do this on Valentine's evening, make your plans well ahead of time, because most restaurants will be very busy that night.
If your better half is very social and loves to be around a lot of action, pick up other couples who may want to join you for dinner or dancing or both. Use our Nashville Car Service and ask for our most luxurious limo for Valentine's night. Go out for a great meal and then find an exciting club for dancing and drinks. End the evening with a champagne toast in the limo and a scenic tour of the city.
Whatever you decide to do, it is sure to be the event of a lifetime. Take plenty of pictures and keep these precious memories where you can view them often. Store this list and choose another one of these suggestions for his/her birthday or next year's very special Valentine's Day. He/she will feel very loved and so happy to have you. And, remember, if you don't want to worry about parking or driving on your Valentine’s Day date, use our Nashville limo service. Give us a call - our luxurious, well-maintained vehicles and professionally-trained chauffeurs will make your experience even more memorable.
2017 Travel Apps You Need Right Now
Apps can help travelers with everything ranging from booking hotels and translating a foreign language to knowing the best time to book flights and best places to explore. With more than two million travel apps available, figuring out which ones are the best can prove a daunting task. The following apps have been selected for their usefulness and functionality.
If you ever have issues with cellular data while traveling abroad, this free tool will come in handy. It allows one to download detailed maps for offline use to your map. This offers turn-by-turn navigation for biking, walking and driving to select addresses and locations. The maps also feature useful tools to view what is nearby including ATMs, hotels, points of interest and more. It's not something you will have to use if you call us for Nashville limo service but it is a great app to have on your travels.
2. Google Translate
Google has so far rolled out several apps that are useful to travelers. Among them is the translator tool that helps translate more than 100 languages through voice, typing, and camera. There are about 30 languages that can be translated through a photo. This tool is a huge time saver especially if you favorite certain translations to pull them when the need arises. You can also download 50 of the languages for offline translations if you don’t have international data.
3. Cool Cousin
The app features maps created by locals from varied industries and backgrounds. Once you select your featured city, you can select who your ‘cool cousin’ or guide will be. For instance, if you plan to travel to Paris, one of the Cool Cousins may be a foodie who can share information about the best terrace restaurants and little-known hideaways. Other cities features on this app include Rio de Janeiro, Lisbon, Barcelona, Berlin, Rome, London and Tel Aviv. The app works on iOS devices and developers are working on an Android version as well as adding more cities.
Allowing this app to see your location enables it to find a last minute hotel where you can spend the night. It can also search ahead for one of the more than 900,000 hotels and vacation rentals. Depending on your search, Agoda shows a list of hotel options and even highlights deals within the selected dates and location. What I love most about Agoda is that its search filters allow you to narrow down the results based on location, dates, budget and other parameters. You have the option to view prices in various currencies while every hotel page contains amenities, reviews, photos and other information to help you make a decision on where to spend the night.
Available on iTunes and Google Play, Hopper offers a perfect solution to saving time spent on comparing flight prices. The app is designed to analyze trillions of flight prices and let the user know when the best time to book a flight on a particular route is. It makes estimates of when potential price drops are likely to occur and when to book before the prices increase again.