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Old 01-13-2020, 11:44 AM
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If you haven't already, make a stop at your AAA office for maps and tour books.
The cost of a membership is more than made up in information and discounts.

A trip like your taking should be a minimum of 3 weeks, 5 would be better.
I don’t know about that long, but a week ain’t gonna’ get it.
We did Nashville and Memphis by car this past fall...2 1/2 days at each.
Still didn’t get to do everything possible, let alone play golf.
P.S. I totally disagree with leaving out Nashville as someone suggested. If you’ve never been there three full days isn’t enough.
There is much more than some music stores and the “music options”...much more. It was once called the “Athens of the South”.
Look it up on Wikipedia, you’ll see.
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Old 01-13-2020, 03:40 PM
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There are Bear Trace courses in Crossville and Winchester TN . Both are open to the public and , from what I understand , very well maintained .
If you are in Nashville , you are within 1 1/2 hours of either with the one in Winchester right off of I-24 heading south . It is in the Tim's Ford State Park area .
Enjoy your trip .
Gallagher Guitars is just down the road from Nashville and just above Winchester . Recently , bought out from the original owners and relocated , I believe in Murfreesboro .
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Old 01-13-2020, 10:52 PM
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I don稚 know about that long, but a week ain稚 gonna get it.
We did Nashville and Memphis by car this past fall...2 1/2 days at each.
Still didn稚 get to do everything possible, let alone play golf.
P.S. I totally disagree with leaving out Nashville as someone suggested. If you致e never been there three full days isn稚 enough.
There is much more than some music stores and the 杜usic options...much more. It was once called the 鄭thens of the South.
Look it up on Wikipedia, you値l see.
I was one of the ones who suggested it, but only as the trip was to be only one week. The driving time alone each way eats up too much time, IMNSHO, and it seemed that the OP was set on the other parts of the trip. To me, one week is not enough time for that much territory.

That said I could (and have) spend a week just there. You are correct, there is a lot to Nashville, more than just music. There is a lot there to see and do.
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