What brought my wandering soul to Nashville, Tennessee, you might ask? A concert-Simply put but not just any concert THE concert of the year. The On the Run II with the illustrious Beyoncé and poetic Jay-Z, also known as, the Carters. I have been eyeing Tennessee for wandering for many moons but the time was just never right but the OTR Part 2 tour was the perfect excuse to make the 5 hour drive to "Music City". I came for the concert but I stayed for the magic of the city. Nashville taught me that no matter where I go in the world nothing beats southern hospitality. Even with all the whisky people were so sweet and helpful, real southern charm you will not find anywhere else. The picturesque town won my heart over with the beautiful street art and murals, southern eats, and some of the best vintage shops I have seen since Paris, France. My 3-day trip consisted of screaming at the top of my lungs, dancing until my feet hurt, eating everything and enjoying the simple things of the south.
Eats & Treats
Street Art & Murals
Find all the street art and murals around
2900 12th Ave S.
Things To Do
Walk across the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian bridge. It takes you right into downtown Nashville. While you are downtown go walk down Broadway street. Almost every restaurant has live music and rooftop scenes. You might even see party trucks with women dressed up, singing and dancing on a backless truck. I am not into country music but even I have to appreciate Honky Tonk in Nashville. Oh, the most important thing everything is so cheap. In three days I only spent $85, not including $30 parking for the OTR parking and my Airbnb which came out to be $181 for three days.We stayed in Franklin, Nashville which was about 15 minutes outside Nashville.
Here is the link www.airbnb.com/rooms/7349613
I hope you enjoyed this article because I enjoyed eating donuts and writing it.
Hello travel friends, I'm Kiera Breland. I am 26 years old travel, lifestyle, fashion, travel tip living in South Carolina.