[NASHVILLE] We left the farmers’ market to swing by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. downtown. I used my AAA discount to buy a Music City Total Access Pass, which came with free admission to the Parthenon. We thought we could get that in before it closed at 4:30, then see the Johnny Cash Museum before it closed at 6. I told ya—my trips are nonstop.
The people were as nice as could be in there, and the air conditioning was pure bliss after our breeze took off. They have clean bathrooms, too. And in addition to the Parthenon and four other sites, the Total Access Pass offers free admission to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame right next door, if you’re into that sort of thing. We had an agenda, though, so we picked up our tickets and waved hello to Phil on our way out.
A painting at the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. of Phil Vassar, whom we saw live our first night in Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry.