We've had a lovely weekend here in Indiana. But many of you had the same and I hope you were able to enjoy it as much as we did. We didn't stay home, but can you blame us! Sure, the garage needs to cleaned out, the kitchen still has some final touches that need to be completed (pics someday I promise!) and my sewing area needs to be organized, just to name a few of the not so fun projects that we could have been working on. No, we took the Harley and hit the road! Our destination - Music City, U.S.A. (a.k.a. Nashville, TN)
No trip to Nashville is complete without a trip downtown on a Saturday night when all the bars are full of tourists, college students, conventioneers and brave residents enjoying the free music. You don't even have to go inside the bars as the music blasts out on the street and you can just wander up and down the streets and people watch. Which is pretty much what we did. The caught a shuttle from the hotel so we wouldn't have to battle the traffic on the bike. A smart move by far!
Many of the bars and shops have some of the coolest lighted signage. Though these can't compete with what you can find on the Las Vegas strip, they give Broadway an atmosphere that is unique to Nashville.
Soon to be famous musicians (hopefully!) take turns entertaining the crowds. We thought this band was really good, especially the girl with the fiddle. Most of the bars where so packed it was standing room only and I could never get a photo of the band. But this one wasn't quite as crowded, though we still had to stand along the back wall. I think the reason it wasn't so crowded was that it wasn't one of the "famous" bars like Legends or Tootsies!
Makes you hungry, doesn't it?
If we keep eating out like this, there will be more of me to love! Not to love less! Have a yummy week!