Nashville!

My mom and I took the girls down south (and a bit to the east) for spring break. It was the first time in Nashville for all of us. I, for one, am definitely going back. 

  

Our first stop was the Country Music Hall of Fame. Ava was disappointed to learn the mission of the “Taylor Swift Education Center” was not to educate museum-goers on the finer points of one T.S., but rather on country music as a whole. 

 

Ava passed up the opportunity to complete a museum-wide scavenger hunt, only to be shocked to find her studious sister was rewarded with a selection of Taylor trinkets and tour books. 

She did discover a few treasures, though: I found her kneeling in complete silence in front of Taylor’s guitar.  

  
  

If you look into the center of this giant guitar, you’ll see Livie Lou. 

  
We made our way to a little hole in the wall on Printer’s Alley to have dinner and see our first live act. The girls came away with an autographed CD. 

      
Our primary goal for the day was to see a show at the Bluebird Cafe–this was Ava’s top spot because it was where Taylor was discovered. A long line foiled our attempt, but we did get in for a quick photo and $800 in t-shirts. 

   

 
We headed back downtown to Broadway and took advantage of lax age restrictions, checking out the evening act at the Legends Corner (where, I think, Keith Urban was discovered?). I would have stayed all night, but the girls were exhausted because SOMEONE booked a 6 am flight that morning…). 

  
Day one: Done. More soon!

  

 

4 responses to this post.

  1. How many T-shirts is $800 worth?

  2. Posted by Rebecca on March 20, 2016 at 10:02 am

    Just two, unfortunately.

  3. Posted by Rebecca's Mom on March 22, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    Seriously? Surely not! I’d better go check my receipt…

  4. Posted by Karyl on March 24, 2016 at 12:42 am

    You sure know how to make a day of it – you all must have been exhausted!! Looks like so much fun!

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