We're expecting 200,000+ football fans to rush into Nashville for the ALL-FREE 2019 NFL Draft festivities Thursday, April 25-Saturday, April 27. That's in addition to the roughly 30,000 runners who will participate in the St. Jude Rock'n'Roll Marathon on Saturday. Plus, there's a Jimmy Buffett concert Saturday night at the Bridgestone Arena where thousands of... Continue Reading →
Before flying in, take to heart a little basic information and pick up a few tips from six-million-mile traveler Joe Calloway. → Note: Flying into the Nashville Airport (designated with the code BNA for Berry-Nashville Airport), you'll see a mess from the air as a major expansion is underway. Good news: it doesn't pose much... Continue Reading →
If you have disabilities, travel can be a real challenge. I wish Nashville made it easier for you. I haven't found a round-up of resources so I created one. Click the links that match your specific special needs. My thanks to individuals and agencies who provided guidance. Note: this is very much a work in... Continue Reading →
Let me increase your accessibility to Nashville with a stockpile of resources. And check out my other blogposts for people with disabilities.
Because I experience moderate hearing loss, I appreciate any accommodations offered. That's why it's personally important to identify useful information for you. Resources for Hearing Loss and Other Disabilities Click above for general resources available for those with a variety of disabilities. Nashville Airport Here are the locations of TDDs: Concourse B – Right of... Continue Reading →
Only a few years ago, Nashville held few resources if you required a special diet. Today even Publix and Kroger can meet many needs. Groceries It's not a comprehensive list but it provides a solid foundation for your special diet, starting with the local businesses. Produce Place (Sylvan Park, in business since 1988) Turnip Truck... Continue Reading →