Traveling to Nashville Whether Driving or Flying

If you're traveling to Nashville, you have two choices:  roadway or runway. Roadways Although our airport stays busy, for most people traveling to Nashville means driving. Three major interstates (we don't call them freeways) --I-24, I-65, I-40--intersect here. Don't know if it's still true but the city used to claim that 75% of the population... Continue Reading →

What’s the Legal Age in Nashville to…?

Drink alcohol. The legal age for purchasing and/or consuming alcohol beverages is 21. Even grandmas will likely be asked to show their IDs. Also, good to know: No beer sales on Sunday until noon from a grocery, drugstore, convenience market or other retail store. It can be bought 6am-midnight any other day. No wine sales at... Continue Reading →

Navigate Nashville Streets, Part 2

In Navigate Nashville Streets: Part  1, I presented the 5 loops and 10 spokes of Music City. Now let's concentrate on Nashville roads in the central city area.  Streets vs Avenues  Let's decode Nashville roads: Numbered streets are on the east side (11st Street). Numbered avenues are on the west side of the river (e.g. 21st Avenue).... Continue Reading →

Help for Nashville Visitors with Hearing Loss

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 →

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