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Area Codes for the Largest Cities in Tennessee
Bartlett 901
Brentwood 615
Bristol 423
Chattanooga 423
Clarksville 931
Cleveland 423
Collierville 901
Columbia 931
Cookeville 931
East Ridge 423
Franklin 615
Gallatin 615
Germantown 901
Hendersonville 615
Jackson 731
Johnson City 423
Kingsport 423
Knoxville 865
Lebanon 615
Maryville 865
Memphis 901
Morristown 423
Murfreesboro 615
Nashville 615
Oak Ridge 865
Smyrna 615

Tennessee is located in the southeastern part of the United States, South to Kentucky and Virginia, in the East is the state of North Carolina and South Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, West and Arkansas, Missouri and across the Mississippi River across the, the low-lying Eastern West.
Climate and area: 109150 square kilometers of state area, ranking thirty-sixth in the United States 50. Mild climate, no winter and summer, the temperature increase from east to west, the average annual rainfall of 1270 mm. The most warm, the longest growing season is plain, the central Gulf region (Sequatchie) and the sequatchie Valley basin. Snowfall in the eastern part of the larger, hot summer, the average temperature of 32 degrees celsius.
Urban population: Tennessee near the center of the distribution of the population of the United States. It has a population of over 6.4 million (2011), ranked 17 in the United States, 47% of the population living in within 600 miles of Nashville (Nashville). Nashville is the capital of the central and southern United States largest metropolitan city, has a population of more than 600 thousand in 2010.
Economic indicators: 2011 Tennessee GDP for $266 billion 500 million, the United States eighteenth States 50, accounting for 1.78% of the proportion of the United States GDP, GDP41623 per capita.
Trade status: in 2011, Tennessee's total exports to 29 billion 990 million U.S. dollars, ranking fourteenth in the United states. Its ten major export markets are Canada, Mexico, China, Japan, Belgium, Germany, Holland, the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. The main export commodities include transportation equipment, computers, electronic products and chemical products, etc..
Foreign investment: Tennessee has 740 foreign companies, from 34 countries, the investment amount of more than 23 billion US dollars. There are over 100 thousand people in Tennessee were employed by a wholly foreign owned subsidiary, of which more than 80% were in the manufacturing sector. Tennessee's largest foreign investor is Japan, followed by Germany, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Infrastructure: Memphis has the world's largest cargo airport, is the largest city in the United States, the largest city in the 100 largest city. Is the nation's third largest rail transport network, the fourth largest inland transport port, while the United States Federal Express (Fedex) headquarters, the U.S. Northwest Airlines main terminal.
Aviation: Tennessee has 76 regional and Community Airport, the main commercial airport including Metropolitan Airport, tri cities Regional Airport, Maikelaila region, such as Airport Nashville International Airport, Memphis International Airport, airport Mce Tyson, Chattanooga.
Highway traffic: Interstate direct entry of eight interstate highways: 24, 26, 40, 55, 65, 75, and 81, 1-59, in southeast Tennessee borders. Tennessee highway network extending in all directions, fit perfectly with the overall U.S. highway system, thus enjoying the benefits to America's heartland, in any direction, not a day's drive away, you can contact with 75% of the total population of the United States.


Public transportation: Tennessee in 12 cities have bus system operation, in the rural areas of the state's 95 counties, there are 11 rural bus system interleaving coverage, extending in all directions, many people take load, aboard a cooperation system in employment areas of major cities have set up.
Railway transport: Tennessee provides a wealth of rail transport system for all industries. The state is divided into three areas: cross - South Norfolk; CSX; Illinois Central line. Memphis is the assembly of four major railway lines, these four lines to provide transportation to the west of the Mississippi River, the United States is the third largest railway hub.


Water transport: Tennessee in the coverage of the inland waterway transport system. This system will be located in Tennessee, Gan River in Poland, connect the Mississippi River and its tributaries of the cargo, become 21 states river crossings, 1062 mile long navigable waterway, Meng FES is the fourth largest inland port. At the same time, the state and New Orleans and Mobier ocean port in Tennessee and Tang Bo ratio between the waterway for Tennessee provides access to the port in the Gulf of Mexico, and even international market direct channel.

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he herds start in Maui, traveling on day trips to Lana?i on the ferry.
There¡¯s a few picnic tables under a shelter and bathrooms.
Cathedrals DIVING Diving in and around the bay is excellent.
Coral is abundant near the cliff sides, where the bottom quickly slopes off to about 40ft.
Beyond the bay¡¯s western edge, near Pu?u Pehe rock, is Cathedrals, the island¡¯s most spectacular dive site, featuring arches and grottoes amidst a large lava tube that is 100ft in length.
Trilogy Lana?i Ocean Sports runs diving and snorkeling trips in the area.
Challenge at Manele GOLF ( 565-2222; www.golfonlanai.com; guests/nonguests $210/225; 7am-6:30pm) This Jack Nicklaus¨Cbranded course at the Four Seasons resort offers spectacular play along seaside cliffs.
The 12th hole challenges golfers to hit across a fairway that is really the ocean¡¯s surf.
Sleeping Note that owners of the condos around Manele Bay are prevented from renting out their units to visitors.
Hulopo?e Beach Camping CAMPGROUND $ (permit $30 plus $15 per person per night) Camping is allowed on the grassy expanse above Hulopo?e Beach.
The pricey permits are issued by staff in the park.
Four Seasons Resort Lana?i at Manele Bay RESORT $$$ ( 800-321-4666, 565-2000; www.fourseasons.com/manelebay; 1 Manele Bay Rd; r from $400; ) Of the two island resorts on offer, this is the one that screams ¨C well, stage-whispers ¨C Hawaii vacation! The decor of the 236 rooms is newly minimalist, in line with Larry Ellison¡¯s aesthetics.
He¡¯s also had the Asian-themed art collection replaced with Hawaiian works.
The views of the azure waters (often featuring cavorting porpoises), the surrounds of the vast pool and the soaring public rooms are impressive.
Given a choice, we¡¯ll take this resort first as it most says ¡®Hawaii.
¡¯ Eating & Drinking The resort has many tables well-placed for watching the orange glint of the waters at sunset.
The bar area now features huge TVs for sporting events.
Other than the Four Seasons, the closest sources for food, drinks and picnics on Hulopo?e Beach are in Lana?i City.
Nobu JAPANESE $$$ ( 565-2000; Four Seasons Resort Lana?i at Manele Bay; meals from $50; 6-9:30pm) One of the most visible changes wrought by Larry Ellison has been this branch of the worldwide chain of very high-end Japanese sushi restaurants.
Created by Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, Nobu is known for ultra-fresh and creative sushi and other Japanese dishes, in this case with Hawaiian elements.
At lunch you can enjoy a few items off the Nobu menu along with the more casual fare at Kailani, the poolside cafe.
Get a table with a view of dolphins in Manele Bay.
TOP OF CHAPTER Keomuku Road The best drive on Lana?i, Keomuku Road (Hwy 44), heads north from Lana?i City into cool upland hills, where fog drifts above grassy pastures.
Along the way, impromptu overlooks offer straight-on views of the undeveloped southeast shore of Moloka?i and its tiny islet Mokuho?oniki, in marked contrast to Maui¡¯s sawtooth high-rises in Ka?anapali off to your right.
The surprisingly short 8-mile road gently slopes down to the coast in a series of switchbacks through a mostly barren landscape punctuated by eccentrically shaped rocks.
The paved road ends near the coast and you are in 4WD country.
To the left, a dirt road leads to Shipwreck Beach, while turning right onto Keomuku Road takes the adventurous to Keomuku Beach or all the way to Naha.
Shipwreck Beach Unlike many worldwide places named Shipwreck Beach, where the name seems fanciful at best, you can¡¯t miss the namesake wreck here.
A fairly large WWII tanker sits perched atop rocks just offshore.
Unlike a metal ship (which would have dissolved decades ago), this one was part of a series made from concrete.
It was dumped here by the navy after the war.
Start your beach exploration by taking the dirt road that runs 1.
4 miles north from the end of Hwy 44, past some beach shacks.
Often there seems to be more sand on the road than the beach.
Park in the large clearing overlooking a rocky cove, which is known locally as Po?aiwa and has good snorkeling among the rocks and reef, as well as protected swimming over the sandy bottom.
The wreck is about 440yd to the north, and you can stroll for at least 9 miles along the shore while looking for flotsam and taking in the Moloka?i and Maui views.
Close to the parking area is the site of a former lighthouse on a lava-rock point, though only the cement foundation remains.
Sights & Activities Kukui Petroglyphs HISTORICAL SITE From the lighthouse foundation, trail markings lead directly inland about 100yd to the Kukui petroglyphs, a cluster of fragile carvings marked by a sign reading ¡®Do Not Deface.
¡¯ The simple figures are etched onto large boulders on the right side of the path.
Keep your eyes open here ¨C sightings of wild mouflon sheep on the inland hills are not uncommon.
Males have curled-back horns, and dominant ones travel with a harem.
Shipwreck in Awalua HIKING The lighthouse site is the turn-around point for most people, but it¡¯s possible to walk another 6 miles all the way to Awalua, where there¡¯s another shipwreck, the WWII tender YO-21.
The hike is windy, hot and dry (bring water); the further down the beach you go, the prettier it gets.
You¡¯ll pass the scant remains of more than a dozen other ships along the way (timbers and machinery).
Kahokunui to Naha The stretch of Keomuku Road running from Kahokunui to Naha is just the journey for those looking for real adventure on Lana?i.
From the hillsides it looks barren, but once you are on it you are shaded by overhanging kiawe trees.
The dirt course varies from smooth to deeply cratered (and impossibly soupy after storms).
This is where your 4WD will justify its daily fee, as you explore the ruins of failed dreams and discover magical beaches.
If the road is passable, driving the entire length should take about an hour.
The reef-protected shore is close to the road but usually not quite visible.
Sights Maunalei HISTORICAL SITE Less than a mile from the end of paved Hwy 44 is Maunalei.
An ancient heiau (stone temple) sat there until 1890, when the Maunalei Sugar Company dismantled it and used the stones to build a fence and railroad.
Shortly after the temple desecration, the company was beset by misfortune, as saltwater filled the wells and disease decimated the workforce.
Keomuku HISTORICAL SITE The center of the short-lived sugarcane plantation, Keomuku is 6 miles southeast of Maunalei.
The highlight is the beautifully reconstructed Ka Lanakila o Ka Malamalama Church, which was originally built in 1903.
Under the dense tropical vegetation other ruins can be found, including a steam locomotive and buildings and an old boat towards the water.
Halepalaoa Landing HISTORICAL SITE Just under 2 miles southeast along the road from Keomuku, you reach Halepalaoa Landing, whic
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