Travel Blogs from Nashville
The cars section was incredible. Most of the cars dont have a scratch on them and are polished every day.
I fell in love with this car.
Next was the trophy room. My goodness, I had no idea the amount of gold and platinum records
Elvis had amassed. Just about every record ...
Tony and I enjoy going to the Farmer's Market in Nashville as much as possible but it's better in the Spring to Fall seasons and so boring during the summer.
There are a ...
... bit is the music bars on two streets. They have a lovely footbridge, which used to be for vehicles, and this has a great view of the city so wandered across it for the view.
The city was founded by two guys one called Robertson and the other Donelson.... There was French Canadian who set up a trading post before that, although didn't found a city. Independence war hero and President, Andrew Jackson was native who practised law here.
There are many british ...
... night, we rented a tent in someone's backyard! When we arrived to this persons backyard, it was full of tents. In fact our arrival meant the owner had to buy another tent. At least with a new tent, it was waterproof. Five tents and five couples camping in a dodgy neighbourhood with a makeshift shower and bathroom facilities, next to the chickens. I have to say, it was all kinds of weird but it was an experience. The last experience, from our RoadTrip across America.
... all down a margarita.
Afterwards we went to Honky Tonk bar .... A very happening place .... Excellent music continued all night long real country and western foot tapping music.
We rocked back to our hotel after midnight (party ...
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