Last month I took a girls trip to Nashville for a friend’s bachelorette party. I had been there before, but for a much shorter time so, I was excited to go back and do some of the things I wasn’t able to get to the last time.
You might have heard, Nashville has become the bachelorette capital, and it did not disappoint.
Where we stayed:
We stayed at the cutest AirBnB off-Broadway. Although it was a one-bedroom, there was lofted space with a bed, a pullout couch, and another bed, so the 7 of us slept comfortably. The apartment was decorated with London accents throughout; I love a good theme. Plus, cute barn doors were leading to the bedroom, which made for a cute photo backdrop. I mean, you can’t Nash Bash without taking a few grams!
Where we went and what we did:
We rode the Sprocket Rocket. Despite it being really cold that day, we still had a blast. If you haven’t heard of this before, it’s basically a party bike with your own personal DJ and bartender that takes you around Nashville. We also stopped at moonshine/brewery place, Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery that was fun too.
Shopping/Pictures in the Gulch. The Gulch is a cute area in Nashville with the insta-famous murals. We stopped at Kittenish and Uncommon James, where I may have spent a lot of money on myself. Now I’m too broke to buy anyone else gifts for the holidays.
We also toured the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ryman Auditorium. Being a big Kacey Musgraves fan, the Hall of Fame was my favorite because they were featuring an exhibit on her. I was obsessed with all of her tour outfits.
The good thing about Broadway is there are plenty of bars so you can bar hop. Here are a few of my favorites that we went to:
- Honky Tonk Central
- Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row
- Tootsies Orchid Lounge
- Acme Feed & Seed
What we ate:
My favorite place was Milk and Honey. They had amazing tea, and before you judge me for raving about a tea that I had in Nashville like a real granny; know that I had a stomach virus two days before flying out there.
My other favorite food place was Peg Leg Porker. They have really good BBQ, and you can’t not get BBQ in Nashville.
All in all we had a great time in Nashville. Here are some pictures from our trip! Have you ever been to Nashville? What was your favorite part of the trip?
Thanks for reading!
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