Nashville was in our sights after an approximate ten hour car ride with four uplifting friends. Nashville is one of those places that after visiting for the first time you could see yourself living there. It’s beautiful, versatile, and in my opinion, an unexpected surprise. A part of me expected to see nothing but cowboys and hear nothing but country music as you made your way around the city. I was completely wrong.
Nashville is like every other big city in the sense that it has neighborhoods within the city such as Belmont/Hillsboro, Music Row, The Gulch, etc. The few neighborhoods I was able to experience were wonderful. They were full of unique eatery’s and stores. Many of the exterior sides of businesses had some form of art on them which made me feel like I was in a hip environment. The architecture of the buildings downtown were obviously designed by someone with immaculate taste. The restaurants and coffee shops were full of contagious character. Nashville was a reminder that I shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover. Don’t forget to put visiting here on your bucket list!