Travel Channel Hosts in Nashville

Our hosts love Nashville! So we took a look back at a couple places Adam, Bert and Sam visited, including must-see sights like Music Row, the Grand Ole Opry and Designs by Manuel.

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Hershey Park
Hershey Park

Hershey Park

My favorite theme park is … "Hershey Park. My whole family is from Pennsylvania so this was our Disney, Cedar Rapids and 6 flags all in one." -- Sam Brown 960 1280

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Knott's Berry Farm

Knott's Berry Farm

My favorite theme park is … "Knott's Berry Farm because it is an older park and fits our interest in old stuff." -- Laurence and Sally Martin, Baggage Battles 960 1280

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Disney's Animal Kingdom

Disney's Animal Kingdom

My favorite theme park is … "the Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World." -- Steve Dishiavi, The Dead Files 960 1280

  

Cedar Point

Cedar Point

My favorite theme park is … "Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH, because I worked on the Millennium Force roller coaster for Off Limits in their off-season and I’m dying to ride it now." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

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Universal Studios

Universal Studios

My favorite theme park is … "Universal Studios in Orland, FL." -- Nick Groff, Ghost Adventures 960 1280

Universal Orlando Resort  

Coney Island

Coney Island

My favorite theme park is … "Coney Island. It was the original theme park with lots of history." -- Anthony Melchiorri, Hotel Impossible 960 1280

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Lakeside

Lakeside

My favorite theme park is … "Lakeside in CO, it is old, haunted and a LOT of fun! I go at least once per year." -- Amy Allen, The Dead Files 960 1280

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Disney's Epcot

Disney's Epcot

My favorite theme park is … "Disney World and Epcot [theme park] in Florida -- it literally is, as Willy Wonka would say, a world of pure imagination -- where everyone can be a kid, an explorer and adventurer for the day." -- Adam Richman, Best Sandwich in America 960 1280

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Six Flags

Six Flags

My favorite theme park is … "Six Flags in Jackson, NJ [for its] fast steel and wood roller coasters." -- Mark Meyer, Baggage Battles 960 1280

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Disney World

Disney World

My favorite theme park is .. "Disney World in Orlando. It's been a top attraction for a reason: just incredible for both young and adult visitors. My favorite attraction is Epcot; I love eating at all the different restaurants." -- Jordan Hembrough 960 1280

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Dollywood

Dollywood

My favorite theme park is .. "Dollywood for the food. You walk around the park and it smells like home. All the food is based on Dolly’s home cooking –- from french fries to turkey legs -– it’s sooo good." -- Bert Kreischer, Trip Flip 960 1280

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Adam Richman at Midwood high school
Adam Richman, Man v. Food Nation

Adam Richman, Man v. Food Nation

"In undergrad at Emory, I was introduced to the man who would become my mentor, Tim McDonough. Tim changed what my idea of what acting was and could be. Whether it was allowing my imagination to play and experiment, or finding specificity in moments down to how the character handled a pen or wineglass -- I never looked at performing the same way. His passionate approach to the craft, and to the profession itself, is probably the biggest reason I ever gave acting, as a career, a real shot. I AM forever in his debt." 960 1280

  

Nick Groff, Ghost Adventures

Nick Groff, Ghost Adventures

"My high school senior picture from 1999. Good times." 960 1280

Nick Groff  

Rusty Croft, Sand Masters

Rusty Croft, Sand Masters

"Perry High was where I discovered that not everyone was good at art. And I seemed to have a particularly good grasp of working in three dimensions, clay was my new love." 960 1280

Rusty Croft  

Rusty Croft , Sand Masters

Rusty Croft , Sand Masters

"I worked way too much during high school, often pulling shifts at the local grocer before and after school. My senior year I discovered another love -- the stage. I won awards for impromptu speaking and scored a nice roll in Grease despite my inability to sing on key (as evident in the New Zealand show)." 960 1280

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Aaron Goodwin, Ghost Adventures

Aaron Goodwin, Ghost Adventures

"As for teachers, I don't remember any of them because they bored me and I just did my own thing. School was just easy for me and I did well at it without trying." 960 1280

Aaron Goodwin  

Aaron Goodwin, Ghost Adventures

Aaron Goodwin, Ghost Adventures

"In high school I played sports and was voted most likely to become famous. I got a 3.5 and never studied." 960 1280

Aaron Goodwin  

Kirk Rademaker, Sand Masters

Kirk Rademaker, Sand Masters

"I especially liked the lunch period my senior year. We would all pile into Smiley's two-toned American Motors 1950-something beat-up sedan, and head to some local drive in for a burger." 960 1280

  

Kirk Rademaker, Sand Masters

Kirk Rademaker, Sand Masters

"I went to Fresno High ... go Warriors! And I loved being on the track team. The pic is of me, Roger, Howie and Dave. We had just broken the school record for the mile relay." 960 1280

  

Matt Long, Sand Masters

Matt Long, Sand Masters

'In my senior year of high school I ran a coffee house at the local college with my future wife and a few friends. Everyone played guitar in those days and the coffee house was the place to show off your skills. Some of our teachers showed up to play or listen. They were the favorites." 960 1280

Matt Long  

Don Wildman, Off Limits

Don Wildman, Off Limits

"My 4th grade teacher was my first insane crush. Mrs. Gambino was much younger than my earlier teachers and carried herself with an ambitious, confident energy like she was in the classroom to make something happen. She wore smart suits and nice shoes and her hair had the exact same style as in the Prell commercials, as if at any moment she'd turn her head with a smile and cup her curls with her hand to demonstrate their resilient bounce. Mrs. Gambino was a modern woman and, for a small boy just awakening to the world around him, she was a sweet spoonful of sugar." 960 1280

  

Don Wildman, Off Limits

Don Wildman, Off Limits

"This is from 4th grade (probably) in which I had recently discovered striped pants. Think my mom made those for me. We're next to my house in Pitman. That's Troy and Chris, who regularly kept me from getting beaten up." 960 1280

Don Wildman  

Don Wildman, Off Limits

Don Wildman, Off Limits

"The dancing shot is from freshman year at Pitman High School. Phys Ed class with "Coach Lang," who is dancing in the gym at 9 am, god bless him. Me, I'm in front in jeans smiling, but barely moving, thinking that private school might not be a bad idea after all." 960 1280

Don Wildman  

Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures

Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures

"Miss Coyne, my 3rd grade geography teacher, was my favorite. Geography was my favorite subject, making map illustrations." 960 1280

Zak Bagans  

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