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Holiday Travel Destinations Nashville TN

Local resource for holiday travel destinations in Nashville. Includes detailed information on local travel agencies that specialize in holiday vacations, as well as advice and content on which holiday destination is right for you this year.

LimoRes
(800) 984-4303
Nashville, TN
 
Delta Air Lines
2 Terminal Dr
Nashville, TN

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Delta Air Lines
110 Tune Airport Dr
Nashville, TN

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American Airlines
(888) 313-9558
644 Fitzhugh Blvd
Smyrna, TN

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Cheryl Hiers
(615) 383-3012
1305 Clinton Street
Nashville, TN
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BlueShoe Nashville
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Destinations
U.S. - Midwest
Specialities
Art & Culture / Music, Lifestyle / Family / Specialty
Website
www.blueshoenashville.com

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American Airlines
(888) 366-2892
2511 Elm Hill Pike
Nashville, TN

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American Airlines
(888) 365-7824
110 Tune Airport Dr
Nashville, TN

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Southwest Airlines
(813) 281-0882
402 BNA Drive, Suite 410
Nashville, TN
 
Delta Air Lines
644 Fitzhugh Blvd
Smyrna, TN

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American Airlines
(888) 538-9780
155 Co OP Dr
Halls, TN

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4 Seasons on the Net - The Season of Summer



The warmest season of the year, Summer is all about the sunshine. Falling between spring and autumn, summer is marked by long days and short nights. The sun shines directly on the Northern Hemisphere beginning on or about June 21st, which is known as the summer solstice, and ending on approximately September 23, the autumnal equinox.

While different cultures have historically marked the start of summer on different dates depending on astronomy or meteorology, June 21 is now widely accepted as the beginning of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, however, June through August are the coldest months of the year -- aka Winter. For Aussies, South Africans and South Americans, the hot season of summer falls in December, January and February.

Beyond the heat, summer is also known as a season of fruition and fulfillment, linked to the agriculture cycle. Crops and trees reach maturity during the summer, with fresh produce in abundance -- provided there is adequate rainfall!

While the summer weather patterns depend largely on geographic location, most states experience at least some sporadic periods of high winds, thunderstorms and hail. In tropical and sub-tropical states, summer is wet season, with cyclones and even monsoons common.

To take advantage of the warmer, longer days, schools and universities have summer vacation. In Australia, the summer break starts just a few weeks before Christmas and ends in early February, while in North America and Europe, the summer break typically runs from late May or early June until mid August or later.

Professional offices often have summer hours, ending their work day at 4 p.m., rather than at 5 p.m. or 6 p.m., to allow employees time to enjoy the beautiful summer evenings. Many people like to take advantage of these long nights and warm weekends by enjoying outdoor activities such as picnicking and taking trips to the beach or swimming pool. Outdoor sports like softball, baseball,...

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Did You Know? Facts, Figures, & Folklore About the Season of Summer


Summertime! Maybe it's hot and dry by you, or perhaps you get the humid and muggy air. But whatever the dew point in your part of the world, summertime definitely means taking fun-filled trips to the beach or pool, enjoying family picnics and fun outings together, and, of course, lathering up with sunscreen. With your gardens filling up with tomatoes and your bellies filling up with barbeque, summer is the perfect season for rest, relaxation and family fun. Learn more about the summer season with a week's worth of interesting facts (and factoids) about the hottest months of the year.

Did you know that summer officially lasts for three months, but in areas of the planet that are closer to the equator, the hot summer-like weather can last as long as 6 or even 8 months out of the year?

Of course, that must seem like nothing on Uranus, where summer lasts for 21 years. Of course, so does winter.

Did you know that summer begins on June 21st and ends on September 20th in the Northern Hemisphere?

In the Southern Hemisphere, however, mid June is the start of winter weather. For Aussies, South Africans and South Americans, the summer actually falls in December, January and February.

Did you know that summer is wet season in tropical and sub-tropical states, with cyclones, monsoons and hurricanes?

Even in land-locked regions, thunderstorms, hail storms and even flash foods are common in the summer. The good news is that rainfall means crops and trees will reach their maturity and produce an abundance of fresh produce.

Did you know that the fast-paced, pretty little hummingbirds that you see fluttering around your flowering trees this time of year are actually helping to manage summertime bugs?

They are insectivores and use the protein from bugs to build their muscle and replace their feathers.

Did you know that you can use up to 3,000 gallons of water each day to water your lawn and garden?

Watering for summertime land...

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