It’s been ages since I was last in Nashville, Tennessee and I was excited to have a couple of days to explore the city. I visited in late January, so it was a little colder than I’d like, but the cold also meant fewer tourists, which worked in my favor into getting into restaurants, bars, and museums in record time.
Knowing I’d only be in town a few days, one of which would be taken up by a conference, I wanted to experience as much of Nashville as I could in a short period of time. The Discover Nashville Tour was a great way to get a fast overview of the city as a newcomer.
As long as I’ve lived in Indy, I can’t believe I hadn’t made it to City Market before. A hub of local artisans, Indianapolis City Market a fantastic one-stop destination for a variety of goods, from jewelry to beer to French pastries.
The Indianapolis Home Show is a yearly event that provides inspiration for home decor and renovation and connects you to the companies that can help you transform your home. This year’s show included the Centerpiece Home and Tiny Home Village, as well as the usual home and home decor-related vendors selling products and services.
Having been in the mood for something light, but something other than the normal lunch fare in Broad Ripple, Petite Chou Bistro was the perfect early afternoon stop.