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... Foundation of Franklin, TN and Williamson County hosts this free annual event "to protect and preserve the architectural, geographic and cultural heritage of Franklin and Williamson County and to promote the ongoing economic revitalization of downtown Franklin in the context of historic preservation." To learn more about this festive annual holiday event, go to: ...
... a lofty $20, and neither Kelsey or myself were too interested in the origins of country music or bluegrass (I know, sacrilegious in Nashville) so we decided to walk over to the Nashville Farmers Market instead. It really did look a lot closer on the map though. And wouldn't you know it, as we were passing the bars on Broadway just after 10AM, the live music had already started. After another hour or so of heat exhaustion and coughing ...
Nashville is the capital of country music, so Ben and I made the pilgrimage down Music Row. Well, I sang the lyrics to Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood, and Ben mostly gritted his teeth. Then we toured the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Whether country music is your thing or not, being at the epicenter of country music is pretty cool.
Broadway is the main thoroughfare with dozens of honky-tonks and blues ...
... more famous bar called Toetsies, and was helluva fun, as the bar was packed at noon with 2 young singers playing. Our last full day was great, with us going to a new restaurant which apparently has some of the best southern food, called Edleys. Best pulled pork sandwiches in town. We were then organized tickets to the NHL playoffs where the Nashville Predators were taking on the Phoenix Coyotes. This was the 3rd game in their playoff series, of ...
Saturday-Sunday, October 29-30, 2011
We took a tour of Nashville on Saturday. The bus picked us up at 8:30 am (I thought I was on vacation), and we went all over Nashville. Our first stop was the Ryman Auditorium, which housed the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. We wandered around there for a while, then got back on the bus to see more sights. Next stop was the Country Music Hall of Fame. We were in there for about an hour and a ...
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