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Since 1960 Historic full service Restaurant open everyday. Regional menu and daily buffet. Live Music,. Vintage & Unique. A must see in Tennessee. Vacation Cabins, Mountain Lodge.
Knoxville, Tennessee is full of delicious food choices, beautiful outdoor scenery and cultural offerings sure to make you want to visit again and again.
Sunrise in Townsed
Oldest Stone Dam in Tennessee. Full service Restaurant overlooking dam and waterwall.
A Nashville Tradition Since 1951.
Sunrise in Cades Cove
Check out soulful new songstress Whissell’s favorite spots in Nashville, Tennessee
Ocoee River Area Cabin Rentals- Mountain Escapes
The Screaming Eagle Trail is an eclectic 353-mile adventure from Music City to the backroads of Middle Tennessee, ending at the home of the 101st Airborne Division, the Screaming Eagles.
Discover Bristol Tennessee/Virginia
Enjoyed around the world, made in Lynchburg, Tennessee, Jack Daniels whiskey is matured in handcrafted, white oak barrels, in the nations oldest registered distillery. Personally guided tours are a part of the ambiance.
Bringing the world to Memphis & Memphis to the world.
Grab your girlfriends for the time of your life in Memphis
Lynchburg, Tennessee is home to the world-famous Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey and so much more.
The Sunny Side Trail traces country music’s roots from the backwoods to Main Street, with local eats and tales of history along the way.
Trip ideas for family fun in Memphis.
Cherokee Lake - View from Dam
The Tennessee Soybean Festival has big city acts in a rural historic downtown.
Tennessee voted #1 for barbecue by TripAdvisor.
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