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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.

My family visited The Parthenon Nashville together. Here's our review of the Nashville Parthenon, including our favorite part: the giant statue of Athena!

Touring the Fontanel mansion is definitely something for your Nashville Bucket List! Here's how much it costs + my photos showing what the log home is like.

I rode a Segway for the first time thru downtown Nashville and I didn't crash - or hit anyone! Two-hour Nashville Segway Tours are fun for locals & tourists


The Nashville flood was the first of its kind for this area. The 2 days of constant rain & flooding May 1-2, 2010 in Nashville TN broke all kinds of records!


I've always enjoyed bike riding in Nashville, TN. It's a bike-friendly city. Setting out on a bicycle can open up a whole new perspective on Music City USA.


An RV vacation through Tennessee MUST include a tour of Nashville and the Franklin area! Tips for planning an exciting Nashville RV adventure in your own RV or in a rental RV.

A fabulous view of Nashville's Bicentennial Mall park and State Capital Building. photo by Jenn at

I highly recommend making your way to Nashville's Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. My top 5 reasons to visit this beautiful park + Things that are good to know before you go!

Taking a self-guided tour of Fort Nashborough. photo by Jenn at

Enjoy learning about Nashville history? A self-guided tour of Fort Nashborough is a great way to learn about Nashville's early history and tour log cabins.