May 2009. Lo and behold Nashville’s striking albeit kooky Batman Building, a cheeky reference to the skyscraper’s resemblance to the caped crusader’s signature mask. Built in 1994 on a design from Earl Swensson Associates Inc., this 33-story building is not only the tallest in Nashville, but in all of Tennessee. During my visits to Music City […]Read More
Tag: things to see and do Nashville
May 2009. Catching some live music is an absolute must for any visit to Nashville, USA’s self-professed Music City. The easiest and cheapest way to do this is to head for the line of honky tonks and dive bars down on Broadway. Most didn’t even have a cover charge, just walk on in, grab a beer […]Read More
May 2009. If you’re looking for a tasteful souvenir of your time in Nashville, there really is only one choice when it comes to authenticity. Forget all of the souvenir tat down on Broadway, head straight for Hatch Show Print, a one hundred and thirty eight year old Nashville institution that serves as both an historical […]Read More
May 2007. When I excitedly told a friend of mine that I was going to “music city” he pointed out that although Nashville would definitely be a cool trip, it was ultimately “the wrong kind of music” on offer. A bit cheeky perhaps, but he did have a point. I’ve never been much into country music, certainly not […]Read More
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