Travel Tuesday: Nashville Recap Part III

Aug 12, 2014
Today's the last Nashville recap. It's been super fun reliving the trip for the past month on the blog. Hope you all enjoy the last of it. Don't forget to enter the August Giveaway!

My sister and I had a jammed packed day up until the very last day. On our last full day in Nashville we visited The Hermitage (home of President Andrew Jackson) and The Ryman Auditorium (the original home of the Grand Ole Opry).

 
The grounds of The Hermitage were so vast, lush, green, and peaceful.

 
It was so sunny and so hot on the day we went!

 




We got to tour inside the house and all around the ground. We took our time enjoying the scenery and enjoying the weather.

 
The final resting place of President Jackson and his wife Rachel.

 
 
The tomb of Andrew Jackson.







 
Our tour guide, Bob, was the coolest!



Nashville was such amazing city. Good food, good music, and great people. The best part of the trip was spending time with my sister!

7 comments:

  1. My sister and I have been talking about a sister's trip lately. It seems so fun.

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  2. So fun! I definitely want to check out the Hermitage the next time I'm down in Nashville!

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  3. i have always wanted to go to nashville and you have just fueled the fire, giving me more reasons to go!

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  4. That trip is stunning. The Hermitage looks beautiful. I am a history buff so I love seeing things like these!

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  5. The architecture and the homes there are just incredible. Bob does look like a pretty cool dude!

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  6. i've alwaysw wanted to go, it looks so beautiful and i bet the food was beyond!

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  7. The Hermitage looks so beautiful! I love those old historic plantation homes!

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