Gridskipper, a travel website that claims to be “the decadent guide to the best in worldwide urban travel,” devotes a page to Nashville. The site combines short reviews of restaurants, a few attractions, and shops with a Google map so that visitors can see where these places are.
They do a great job. You can click on one of the short reviews, which takes you to the map, where the review appears again with a link to the selected place. Using Google’s wonderful combination of mapping and satellite photos, you can zoom right in and see the building where you want to go.
There is one slight mistake–Hatch Show Print is listed twice–but anyone who tries to deliver travel info online–ask me about it–can understand how this happens.
This blog is part of a much larger website, also entitled Tennessee Guy, that contains travel and cultural information about Tennessee. Visit it here.