Our initial plan for Day 4 was the popular Jugg Sisters comedy team on the NashTrash bus tour. However, the bus lost its air conditioning system and our money was refunded. Instead, we headed to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, just down the street from our hotel. The highlight for me was Honky-Tonk artist Webb Pierce’s car with six-shooter door handles, a rifle spoiler, saddle between the front seats, 1,000 silver dollars on the front dash, and an additional silver six-shooter as a hood ornament. It was right next to Elvis Presley’s gold plated Cadillac.

We walked down Broadway Street and by hundreds of bars on Music Row, past the Ryman Auditorium, original home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Music City Center, and Bridgestone Arena, home of the Predators. Next, we stopped for a macaroon treat, shopped the Nike store for a new pair of running shorts (somehow I only packed one pair that was getting a bit ripe), and walked the bridge over to the Titan’s Nissan Stadium.

My good friend’s daughter lives about 15-minutes from downtown so we stopped by for a short visit to see their new home. On the way, we parked near the Vanderbilt University baseball stadium to take a picture. Dinner was at Texas Roadhouse near our Towne Suites lodging. Day 4 was in the books.