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Full day in Nashville

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I'll have a full day in downtown Nashville in a couple of weeks before a weekend conference. Seeking an itinerary review. I have been before, mostly touring Vanderbilt.

I'll arrive at 8:45 am. Staying at Union Station, so let's say I will arrive at hotel around 9:30.

I'd like to then walk to Ryman and Country Music Hall of Fame. Considering a lunch perhaps at Union Station, as I'd like to explore the property and amenities some.

After lunch, I'm thinking of either Belmont Mansion or Belle Meade Plantation. Thoughts? Both seem accessible via bus from Union Station.

Then, maybe back to Union Station to enjoy some appetizers in the lounge. Then, a dinner perhaps at a honkytonk. Thoughts?

Finally, was planning on post-dinner drinks at Tribe.

Thanks for your time.

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