Thank You Nashville!
My husband and I had an amazing opportunity to visit the incredible city of Nashville with my cousin and her significant other. I can’t express enough how much we loved our trip. After all, we did go on our honeymoon 9 years ago to Nashville, so it means the world to us to get to return.
We arrived in Nashville on Thursday, July 27th to our condo where we all had a short time to relax before heading out to see the Grand Ole Opry and take pics,, then have dinner in the Opry Mills Mall with a friend of my cousin’s. The food was great, but nothing compared to the calzone (pic above) we ate at Luigi’s City Pizza in downtown Nashville a couple days later. If you ever go to Nashville, you MUST try Luigi’s City Pizza!
Friday, July 28th
On Friday, July 28th we all decided to go out and see the American Pickers store, and do some shopping for gifts for our families back home. After that, we took our next adventure to Opryland Hotel to tour the beautiful gardens, as well as a wonderful boat ride around the hotel. After our adventures in the Opryland Hotel, we decided to make our way in to downtown Nashville to eat at the Wildhorse Saloon. Below are a few pics from within the hotel.
We ended our Friday night at the Ascend Amphitheater in downtown Nashville with the Cheap Trick and Foreigner concert. Yes, we were in the Country Music capital seeing a rock concert. My parents thought it was funny too. 🙂 While I wasn’t a big fan of the Cheap Trick concert, Foreigner was FANTASTIC. I would see them again in a heartbeat.
Saturday July 29th
On Saturday July 29th (our last whole day in Nashville), we decided to go our separate ways to have some significant other time, and tour downtown for the day. As we had already toured the Country Music Hall of Fame, Studio B, etc… we decided to just keep it cheap and walk the city. We walked down by the water where we had a wonderful view of the Tennessee Titans stadium. I’m a HUGE Packers fan, but it was incredible to be able to see a stadium other than the Vikings and Packers stadiums. After walking along the river, we decided we were hungry, and THAT is when we found Luigi’s City Pizza. I’m just sayin….INCREDIBLE calzone.
If you ever get the chance, do tour Nashville. Obviously my husband and I absolutely love it. We have been there a couple times, and keep going back. It was a short trip, but it was great!