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The Delta at Opryland Hotel
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Shops, restaurants, and even a boat cruse are just some of the attractions of the Delta area.

The hotel has just reopened in time for the holiday season. Nashville experienced a devastating flood in early May of this year and the hotel suffered more than $200 million dollars in damages. Parts of the complex were under approximately 3 meters (10 feet) of water.

Copyright: Larry Beasley
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Resolution: 9932x4966
Caricate: 02/12/2010
Aggiornato: 28/08/2014
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Tags: opryland; christmas lights; christmas decorations; holiday decorations; holiday lights; nashville
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