I spent a weekend in Nashville and came back amazed. I made a promise to myself to explore and travel a lot more this year. We have been conditioned to think we need a ton of money or a plane ticket to travel in order to take in new sights and sounds. That is completely false! My brother, Auzoyah and his girlfriend, Ashely took turns driving while I took a wonderful nap in the back seat. Three and half hours later, we arrived in Nashville, Tennessee. Besides exploring a new city, the main reason to went Nashville was to visit Ashely’s younger sister, Aliya who attends Vanderbilt University. Before, I go anywhere I always do a quick google search and for this trip it was “Things to do in Nashville”. It took a while but I found a couple cool spots to check out and this is where we went:

Things To Do In Nashville, Tennessee:

The Parthenon: This was one of the most random things in Nashville and I did not believed it existed. It looked like something teleported from Rome or Athens. Nashville’s Parthenon is a replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. Which, I think is brilliant because I did not need to book an expensive flight to get a taste of Greece!
Price: Free & open to the public 
Address: 2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203

John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge: This was my highlight of the trip. Besides this spot being free it also had the perfect view of the city. We spend so much time taking pictures and admiring the view. If you get the chance you have to go. Even though accessing the bridge is free, you still have to think about parking. We found a parking area that was $10 an hour then $15 for two hours. 
Price: Free & open to the public 
Adress: Nashville, TN 37213

Five Daughters: This is one of Nashville’s most iconic spots specially went it comes to desserts. Five Daughters is like a donut and a croissant had a baby. When we first got there it was around 5pm on a Saturday and they sold out of almost everything. We had to try again the next day in the morning. I recommend getting there before 1pm before all the deliciousness is gone.
Prices: $2 - $25
Address: 1110 Caruthers Ave, Nashville, TN 37204

Milk & Honey: If you are looking for a modern and picture perfect brunch spot, Milk and Honey is your spot. I got the avocado toast, which was delightful. It came with potatoes and eggs, which I had to ask to be firmly fried. I am not a fan of runny eggs. The food was great and their interior design is even better. 
Prices: $4 - $25
Address: 214 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203

Edley’s Bar-B-Que: One of the best BBQs I have ever had in my life and that’s a bold statement. I think what makes their food mouthwatering is their BBQ sauce. Which they sell separately and I told Aliya to bring me a bottle next time she is heading to Georgia. I also like the “old school All-American” atmosphere Edley’s BBQ gives. The wooden furniture and vintage posters of Jazz and Country musicians really sets the vibe.
Prices: $4 - $25
Address: 2706 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37204