Ah, getting married, the most important time in your life, when orchestrating a fantastic ceremony and reception, choosing the perfect dress and finding the best limousine are swirling around in your head for months before the big day actually arrives. Many brides are so distracted by nailing down the tangibles of the big day that they forget to celebrate the impending wedding with a legendary bachelorette party. If you’re planning on hitting up Music City for your bachelorette party, finding a great list of restaurants and hotspots to color your night unforgettable is the first step to pre-wedding girls’ night success. We’ve got a list of ways to make your bachelorette party all it can be and more in vibrant Music City. Don’t forget your camera.
There are certain expectations to hiring a limo service. You expect the driver to be prompt, to know where he's going and to get you there in good time. You expect a smooth, quiet, comfortable ride in a roomy and somewhat luxurious seating arrangement. When it comes to comparing limo services, look for the one that offers more than is expected. Here are three qualities in which a limo service should excel.
College football is one of the most popular aspects of fall in Tennessee, and we have a slew of teams that we support wholeheartedly. One of those teams is the Tennessee Volunteers of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Attending a Vols game has been a favorite pastime of many Tennessee football fans for decades, and few things can compare to Knoxville’s Neyland Stadium when it comes to the quintessential college football arena.
You’re headed to the Music City for a big event, whatever it may be, and you get stranded at the airport because you forgot that Nashville is still about 20 years behind the times when it comes to public transportation and taxi services. Sure, Nashville is a great city with lots of amazing features, but one thing it’s severely lacking is transportation options. Still, you’ve gotten your bags from the BNA baggage claim and you’re standing outside waiting. You figured Nashville would at least have taxis and that you’d be able to hail a cab. You figured wrong, unfortunately. If you were thinking you’d be able to hop on a subway train and head to the downtown area where you could just walk everywhere, you’re wrong again. In fact, even when you’re downtown you can’t walk everywhere. The city is so big and spread out, unlike New York, and Nashville does have its fair share of hills.
Nashville is a great city to visit, what with its music attractions, a thriving arts scene, and the new Music City Center, but one area that Nashville is particularly lacking in is public transportation. While there are options like the bus and taxi services, none offer the very best in travel quite like a dedicated car service. With only 1,800 parking spaces, and the capacity to host conferences like the National Rifle Association’s estimated 70,000 guests, there’s bound to be a parking nightmare. How can you avoid the parking nightmares of downtown Nashville? Why is a car service superior for ground travel in Nashville? We’re glad you asked.