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For any of you traveling to Nashville any time soon, here are some of the best places we ate on our trip: Hattie B’s Hot Chicken: (112 19th Ave) This was a place recommended to us by another server at … Continue reading
The last leg of our trip: the Belle Meade Plantation. We took a short trip out to the small town outside of Nashville to explore the plantation out there. Last year on our trip to Myrtle Beach, Jeremy really wanted … Continue reading
I’m going to let this one speak for itself. Jeremy and I visited the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg today. It was cold, but it was a blast. I tried whiskey straight for the first time, and learned a lot … Continue reading
After a long day of museum touring and learning all about the great state of Tennessee, it was time for some culture. It was date night at the Grand Ole Opry. What I didn’t know: the Opry is a radio … Continue reading
Today we are discovering all things Tennessee. We were on a quest to find some interesting things to see and do today, and we found them. Our first stop was the State Capitol. Although not as beautiful as the Madison … Continue reading
Our second day in Nashville turned out to be more of a bust than we anticipated. Thinking, maybe naively, that the city would present all it’s wonders right to us, we were not expecting to have to look far. But … Continue reading
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