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Ron,Ar    Posted 08-07-2003 at 22:09:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just returned home from trip to Nashville Tennessee. Stopped in Memphis and toured Elvis's home Graceland. They need to call it "GOLDMINE". Thousands of folks (like us) forking over 16-29 bucks to go on that tour. We are now Elvis-literate here at this house. Then on to Nashville.If ya ever get down there at least tour the OPRYLAND HOTEL. About eight blocks long and something for a country boy to see. 'couse we didn't actually stay in it, too high cost for us. But we did see all the other stuff: Country music hall of fame, Ryman theatre,RCA studio-B,lots to see and do there. Any of you folks here from Tennessee, ya got ya a real nice state there with nice folks too.

Steve from Tn    Posted 08-08-2003 at 04:14:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ron, Thanks. I think good folks are all over. I live within 60 miles over Graceland and have never paid the money. I have seen it as I drove past. I have driven past the Opryland Hotel. My folks tell me it is something to see at Christmas. Right now, my favorite place to visit is the Smoky Mountain. Lot of trafic, but they are purty. Also, the Smoky Mountain Knife Works store in Sevierville is a nice place for anyone who likes knives. They have things for the ladies if they don't appreciate knives. Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain are nice places to visit. You can ride an incline rail car to the top or drive. After you get up there, you can see the city of Chatt. below. There is a nice park in memory of the soldiers(on both sides) who died during the unCivil War.

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