Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Music City, Motoring, and Many Waterfalls

It's time for yet another photo spread. This time, it's from Tennessee, Kentucky, and a bit of North Carolina. Specifically, we're talking about Nashville, Mammoth Caves National Park, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and a few other famous spots, including The Hermitage and the Polk home. 

The Parthenon, which was a temporary structure as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. It was such a hit, that the effort was made to make it a permanent structure, which was completed in 1931.
A rain soaked Parthenon
Mammoth Caves - the historical entrance tour. We missed out on seeing more of the cave system because we didn't make reservations ahead of time. We'll know better next time. 
One of the many bears spotted during our trip through the Smoky Mountains.
There were countless waterfalls along the way. This is one.
Want to cross the Green River in Mammoth Caves National Park? Take a ferry. 
Grotto Falls, in Smoky Mountains NP
At the President James Polk home in Columbia, TN.
Nashville at night.
The Ernest Tubb Record Shop, home to one of the most famous radio shows in country music. Imagine the history told, the music strummed in those walls.
The Kitchen Sinks at Great Smoky Mountains NP.
Yet another waterfall in Great Smoky Mountains NP.
Outside the Nashville Symphony.
One of the many neon signs along the Honky Tonk Row in Nashville.
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At the summit of Clingmans Dome.
A natural bridge.
Broadway after a rain soaked night in Nashville.

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Amazing pictures!

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