Didn't really think we would be in time to see all the fall colours as I thought all the leaves would have lost their leaves already! But the carpet of leaves on the ground was lovely to see (as long as I don't have to rake up thse leaves! The colour od the sugar maples is stunning!
Nashville is the state capital of Tennessee and has a population of 650,000 in the city but 1.5 million in the greater city area. It's average wage is $50,000 and unemployment is 5.4%.
We walked through the music area where there are recording studios side by side. We stopped in the Country Music Hall of Fame for a hot chocolate and to warm up. None of us are huge country western fans so we didn't go through the museum. Walked to the Ryder theatre where they used to broadcast the Grand Old Oprey and had a look around before we went down to the river to join the Hop On Hop Off bus tour of the town.
We saw some booze bicycles (bring your own booze) that you ride around while drinking. Saw these in Germany a few years ago! Too cold for my liking!
Took a taxi home and just relaxed for a few hours! That was so pleasant. We were served tea and freshly made chocolate chip biscuits. Spoiled!
Dinner was excellent again! Rob had pork belly, Diane and Bill split a chicken dish that was a whole chicken! It was delicious, moist and succulent and could have easily served all 4 of us. It was served with a vinegarette which was quite tasty.
Walked home and agin relaxing in our lounge room!