Tuesday, April 7, 2015

A DAY IN NASHVILLE


Today, my family and I decided to take a trip to Nashville. My grandmother stayed behind though because she wasn't feeling well. I guess it was good for her to stay at home and relax because we literally spent all day in Nashville, going here and there, walking for miles, doing various things.

The first thing we did when we arrived in downtown Nashville was park the car, and we did so in a really random place so it was hard to find again later on. We then went to the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge (Shelby Street Bridge). We walked up and down the bridge and stopped in the middle to get good pictures of the water and surrounding buildings, then went to Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame and saw names like Elvis Presley, Martina McBride, and Trace Adkins. We looked around a few shops then went to Fort Nashborough, a settlement established in 1780. It was once shelter for the first families until Indian attacks ending in 1792. Though not the same location, it was still interesting - like taking a walk through history. Finally, we went to the Parthenon and walked around Centennial Park for about 2 hours. It was a really quiet and peaceful place, other than the trolleys and quacking geese.  

































Today was long yet enjoyable. It's always fun spending time with the ones you love in such an amazing city, or state for that matter. Once we got back, the day ended with coffee and a Madea movie, oh and more Mario. I hope you have enjoyed this set of images and come back soon for another post! 

Love,
Mickey

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