It’s about time I went through the Nashville Memphis trip’s photos! As I promised, the following is a lot of photos of our trip! To begin with, my husband decided (he is very impulsive) to go on a trip. Did I want to go? No, Not really. However, we decided our next adventure should be Nashville when we were in New Orleans . Another stop we wanted to make was Graceland. Although, Graceland was in Memphis. As a result, we flew in to Nashville from Philadelphia, and our friends flew in from Florida. So, we spent three days in Nashville, eating Hot Chicken, and a lot of Barbecue. Also, we listened to a lot of country music!
Next, we drove the three hours to Graceland, in Memphis. Then, we spent two days exploring Memphis. We visited Beale Street to hear the famous Memphis Blues. Finally, we flew home from Memphis, and our friends flew back to Florida. We even saw five ducks paraded down the elevator, and through the Peabody Hotel’s lobby, where they walked the red carpet, climbed the steps and jumped into the fountain that stood in the middle of the hotel. Here are some of the highlights from our trip.
Nashville Vanderbilt University
Nashville Johnny Cash Museum
Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame
Nashville Ryman Theater
Nashville AT&T Building
BACK TO THE CONCESSION SHOPS TO BUY SOME ELVIS MEMORABILIA
On our last day in Memphis we visited the Civil Rights Museum and Sun Studios
National Civil Rights Museum
Memphis Central Barbecue
Memphis Legendary Sun Studio
Nashville Memphis Last But Not Least……
We had an amazing time in Tennessee. First, we loved the Country Music played all over Nashville. Nashville is a super fun city. We loved eating Hot Chicken at Hattie B’s. Anywhere we went in Tennessee, we ate amazing Barbecue!!!! However, if you ask whose is better, Nashville says, Nashville, and Memphis thinks theirs is the best! It’s sort of like asking a New Yorker who has the best soft pretzels, and cheese steaks! Of course, the answer should be Philadelphia! LOL Also, I was fascinated with the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. I was too young to remember Martin Luther King Jr.’s death. Furthermore, we loved Sun Recording Studio. Last, let me not forget those amazing ducks at the Peabody Hotel!
Hope you enjoyed the pictures! Let me know what’s on your bucket list of places to go in the comments below!