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BNA- Nashville

$35.00

DW loves @ninthandeverett featured in this photo

Nashville....Music City, Nashvegastown, Athens of the South, Hot Chicken Capital

Did you know....

  • Inside the Nashville Parthenon there is a statue of Athena Parthenos standing at 42-feet-tall. She is the largest indoor statue in the Western Hemisphere
  • United Record Pressing has been around since 1949 pressing records for artists from Elvis Presley all the way to N’Sync. Now it’s only one of four vinyl manufacturers left in the country
  • In Nashville, Christmas can be felt all year long at Santa’s Pub. This dive bar is a local favorite with a holiday themed exterior and cheerful bartenders, who will turn away anyone wanting to pay with a card

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MSY- New Orleans

$35.00 $5.00

DW loves @merrills_street featured in this photo. New Orleans - The Big Easy, The Crescent City, NOLA, N'Awlins Did you know...

  • Canal Street, once the widest street in the world, was named for a canal that was planned for, but never built, on the street's dividing median
  • Tombs are located above the ground in cemeteries, given the high water table in the area
  • Founded at the beginning of the 18th century, New Orleans was believed to be safe from hurricanes and it was initially built in a rectangle block (now known as the French Quarter)

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BTR- Baton Rouge

$35.00 $5.00

DW loves @gracefullytaylored featured in this photo Baton Rouge is home of the LSU Tigers - a.k.a. Red Stick, Capital City

  • Louisiana governor Huey P. Long had the H.P. Long Bridge in Baton Rouge built too low to the water on purpose, so ships would have to dock and unload in the city instead of passing through, making Baton Rouge a crucial port city. Very Sneaky!

  • Football games at LSU can get so loud that in 1988, a home game’s final pass charged the crowd of 80K to cheer so loud that a seismograph in the LSU campus about 1K feet away from the actual stadium registered it as an earthquake

  • Baton Rouge actually is French for “red stick,” a name given after a bloody pole that held the heads of dead animals. It marked the boundary between two tribal hunting grounds back in the day... Legit!

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AUS- Austin

$35.00 $5.00

DW loves @knudseenc featured in this photo Austin... ATX, Live Music Capital of The World, The Capital City Did you know...

  • Austin is the youngest city in the U.S. per capita
  • Every day 85 new residents are added to Austin. This includes new people moving to town ---- and births / deaths.That equates to 70 more cars on the road each day
  • 64 USB ports and 64 power outlets: Tech-friendly seating at Gate 5 is equipped with 64 USB ports and 64 power outlets, contributing to over 1,000 power outlets available terminal-wide to passengers

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STL- St. Louis

$35.00 $5.00

St. Louis - a.k.a. Gateway City, Gateway to the West, St. Louie, River City, and The 'Lou

  • The Gateway Arch, at 630 feet high, is the nation's tallest national monument. It's also as wide as it is high, spanning 630 feet between the outsides of the legs at ground level
  • Like Lithium? 7-Up was invented in 1929 by St. Louis salesman Charles Leiper Grigg. Its original name, "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda," refers to the fact that it contained the mood-stabilizing drug lithium citrate up until 1950
  • Charles Lindbergh named his plane “Spirit of St. Louis” as a shout-out to the local businessmen who'd given him the financial backing he needed to quit his day job and join the jet set

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JAN- Jackson

$35.00 $5.00

Jackson - a.k.a. Chimneyville, City with Soul

  • Got your dancin' shoes? Because Jackson is one of only four cities of the world sanctioned by The International Theater-Dance Committee to host the International Ballet Competition. The other three include Moscow, Russia, Varna, Bulgaria and Helsinki, Finland
  • Jackson sits atop the Jackson Volcano and is the only capital city in the United States to have this feature. The peak of the volcano is located 2,900 feet (880 m) directly below the Mississippi Colosseum

  • The city was ranked third as the best "Bang For Your Buck" among the United States' 100 largest metro areas, according to Forbes magazine. The study measured overall affordability in living costs, housing rates, and more.