Music City ; Nashville Tennessee
This summer at the end of June was my Bachlorette Trip in Nashville, Tennessee and it was my first time ever visiting the city! We had nine girls and too many funny times to count! I want to share some recommendations on what we did and all the laughs we had!
To start off the trip, we flew Allegiant Air and we had the best flight attendants! They surprised us by asking everyone on the plane to write a piece of advice for me (the bride) and then collected all of them before we landed. I will treasure these notes forever and loved the idea so much!
We decided to stay in a Hotel near Broadway called The Noelle. The accommodations were super nice and it was definitely a boutique hotel I would recommend! There was a coffee shop in the lobby so that was an extra plus every morning! So, depending on how big your group is and what type of activities you plan on doing, I really loved that we had a hotel vs. an AirBnb for this trip.
We didn’t have to Uber to go out (which would have been 2 ubers each time for all of us anyway) we were walking distance from Broadway, restaurants, 5th and Broadway etc. Our two excursions were the Arrington Vineyards winery and the High Tide Rides Pontoon boat rental and they provided travel accommodations there and back! The winery was so much fun! Definitely do the longer time frame if you can if you are not ubering or driving yourself! It was a blast to get outside of the city for a little bit! The girls got a grazing cheese and cracker board from a local business in town and we brought it with us! It was a perfect day/ evening activity!
High Tide Rides pontoon excursion was so much fun! Us Florida girls love a good boat day and the lake was fresh water so it was so refreshing! We had a captain to drive the boat and help so that was super necessary and we all got to enjoy the day! If you do plan this for an activity, my girls got all of us towels with our name on it for the goody bags and that was a fun take home memory to have!
The gulch is an area that I think is definitely a top priority to check out! It has cute shops, restaurants and is very trendy and gives you a break from the stacked bar scene on Broadway! I’ve heard the Pub is cool place to try as well as L.A. Jackson!
We had our sit down girls dinner at the Southern, a Steak and Oyster bar and it was in a fun area, good drinks, great service and walking distance from our hotel!
Broadway is absolutely crazy and fun and just something you have to experience! It’s wildly open and there seems to be a different theme and floor at every bar.. Whiskey Row is the place to be and Miranda Lambert’s bar Casa Rosa Rooftop was a blast! Live music is everywhere so I would suggest to plan a few places to start at and then go where the night takes you. I had the best time with all my friends and they did a great job planning this for me! = ]