Posted by Anne Walker on Monday, April 14, 2014
I’m not a Southerner. And yet, in spite of that, or maybe because of that, I am 150% in love with Nashville, Tennessee. Why, you ask? Here are some recent “oh-so-Nashville” experiences I have had to seal the deal on my obsession with Nashville.
If the preceding experiences weren’t enough to draw you in, remember that this was in the span of FOUR DAYS, four beautiful, springy, glorious days. There are more things to do here than you could ever actually do, but this means that there is definitely something for everyone. Come visit Nashville, come visit Vanderbilt, or, better yet, come love, learn from, and live at Vanderbilt. You will not be sorry. Just in case you haven’t yet captured the ultimate take away here, NASHVILLE IS AN EXCITING, PHENOMENAL PLACE TO LIVE, AND VANDERBILT IS THE BEST HOME, SCHOOL AND FAMILY I COULD ASK FOR.
Sorry for the aggressive caps lock… But it’s affective and I really mean it.
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