I recommend the downtown Nashville Broadway Brewhouse, and I highly recommend bringing your appetite because they will not disappoint. (Unless you order pizza and don’t like it super cheesy!) Here’s our review of the food and atmosphere at Broadway Brewhouse downtown Nashville.
Honeysuckle Hill Farm in Springfield, Tennessee isn’t your average everyday farm. And it’s not a dairy farm. It’s an agricultural farm that specializes in educating children about all areas of farm life. A trip to Honeysuckle Hill Farm is filled with LOTS of good, clean fun for kids of all ages!
I love Thai food but I refuse to just blindly pick a Thai restaurant! I asked some of my friends who have lived in Nashville for quite awhile where I could go for awesome Thai food. Jasmine Thai in Cool Springs came highly recommended. Here’s my review.
I highly recommend making your way to Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park as soon as you get a chance. There are so many reasons to visit this beautiful park, but here are my top 5, plus some things that are good to know before you go!
I’ve been wanting to visit the Nashville Farmers’ Market for quite some time now. I’m so glad I finally got that chance! Here’s what it’s like at the Nashville Farmers Market — and the adjoining Market House and Flea Market.
If you haven’t eaten at a Firehouse Subs yet, then run — don’t walk — to the nearest location. This is no ordinary sub shop. In addition to its unique history and remarkable community service, the first thing that makes Firehouse Subs so unique is the ambiance. It speaks of patriotism and heroism.
Do you enjoy learning about Nashville history? If so, then a self-guided tour of Fort Nashborough is highly recommended. It’s a great opportunity to learn about Nashville’s early history and tour log cabins which depict what things were like back then.
I love parks. My kids love parks. So we thought we would explore a little bit of Nashville’s beautiful Centennial Park the other day. There is so much to see and do there! Here’s a little about our first time visiting Nashville’s Centennial Park.
Looking for a romantic evening that includes delicious food (some of which you cook yourself) and a unique atmosphere; The Melting Pot in Nashville is just that place. Here’s my review.
The Adventure Science Center in Nashville will not only keep you nice & cool in the summer heat, but it will teach your kids (and you) about science in fun & interesting ways.
Beech Bend Park has the feel of a state fair, amusement park and water park all rolled into one sweet package and tucked away in the beautiful country side of Bowling Green, Kentucky. This park boasts thrill rides, family rides, kiddie rides, a new addition to their Splash Lagoon water park, and a convenient campground.
Jim and I hopped in the motorhome and headed from Nashville toward the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. We had a blast! We made it a 4-day mini vacation — visiting 1 or 2 distilleries each day, then camping someplace in between the distillery locations each night. Here’s what the bourbon tours were like.
These are some hats that were for sale at the Ernest Tubb Record Shop downtown Nashville. he cowboy hats were placed on the floor. The baseball cap in the middle reads:
I’d like to check you for ticks.
We rented a cabin at Brothers Cove in Sevierville, Tennessee. There were 8 of us — including 2 children. If you’re looking for some really nice and affordable Pigeon Forge cabin rentals, then Brothers Cove is definitely worth considering! Here’s why…
NBC is hosting an open casting call in Nashville, Tennessee October 1-2 for their new show created and produced by Jerry Seinfeld called The Marriage Ref. Want to be a contestant on the show?
These top 5 Nashville area window and door companies rank high based purely on their customer service — although they each has great windows and doors as well. See why Central Woodwork ranks #1 and Marvin Windows ranks #2.
We went to the Higgins Moonlite Drive-In for the first time. It’s located in Woodbury, Tennessee — just east of Murfreesboro. Here’s our review of the Moonlite Drive-in, including pictures!
The CMT Awards show precedes the CMT Music Festival each June. We scored some press passes this year! Here’s how things went at the CMT Music Awards show, and some of the unique things that I saw this year…
This is one of those things that you just don’t think about… until you find yourself stranded on the side of the road wondering what your options are. You can bet now I’ll remember *THP no matter where I’m traveling in Tennessee!
The fact is, if you live in Williamson County and move to a new home within Williamson County, you do indeed have to change your address with the Tennessee Department of Safety. Here’s how to do it, and why it was a big win for me to update and renew my drivers license online!
The Franklin Main Street Brew Fest in downtown Franklin, TN is a chance to experience music, food, and beer — over 40 varieties — in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. The event takes you on a tour of Main Street as you go from shop to shop, sampling beers. If beer isn’t your thing, you should go for the music, food, and atmosphere that the celebration creates!
If you have passed by Landmark Booksellers in downtown Franklin, TN and never gone in, this review is for you! Unlike typical bookstores, Landmark Booksellers specializes in antiques and first-edition books.
Looking for a city park in Franklin, Tennessee to have a wedding party — like a rehearsal dinner? Here are our recommendations for the best Franklin, TN parks with pavilions to accommodate a wedding party — rain or shine!
Every time you drive down Columbia Avenue in Franklin, Tennessee you are passing a story that played out in 1864. Here are little-known facts and details about the Battle of Franklin, plus photos we took while visiting many of the historic sights associated with the Battle of Franklin.
Here’s my list of rainy day activities — for kids and adults — in Franklin, Tennessee.