MULTIPLE COPIES AVAILABLE: Description: 172 Pages: Rutledge Hill Pr (April 1997) : Looking for the inexpensive way to see Nashville? Ms. Cheap's Guide to Nashville is a book of
bargains for entertainment, restaurants, lodging, and recreation. For the seriously frugal there is a chapter on "101 Free Things" including how to see a free concert by country stars, where to see a replica of Napoleon's tomb, and where to go to use the Southeast's largest telescope. Ms. Cheap gives vacationers ten ways to save on the top ten attractions in Nashville, from the Opryland USA Theme Park to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Ms. Cheap's Guide to Nashville details hundreds of money-saving tips, and throughout the book there are fun sidebars with penny-pinching ideas from celebrities such as Porter Wagoner and Jo Dee Messina. Mary Hance, author of Ms. Cheap's Guide to Nashville, writes a weekly column, "Ms. Cheap", for the Nashville Banner. The result of a compilation of the tips she has been giving Nashvillians for years is this spirited guidebook. According to the Gazette-Journal, "bargain hunters will enjoy not only the money-saving tips, but the sense of humor with which it is written." With many years of experience in frugal shopping, "Hance's bargain expertise is obvious," says the Orgonian. Weather you are a tourist or resident and cost is on your conscious, rather than try to do it on your own, let Ms. Cheap be your guide.
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