Now I have to add Nashville.
From the moment we pulled up to the Hermitage to we reluctantly left two nights later, both myself and my parents (late 50's) had a stunning time. None of us are really into Country music, but we had a blast doing the Honky Tonks at night. During the day, we walked around a lot to see some of the museums and famous buildings the city had to offer. With such limited time, we didn't take any tours, but again, I don't think we could name more than a handful of Country stars so that's ok.
We were supposed to do the General Jackson on our second night, but that was cancelled due to the flooding. Looking back, that might have been a blessing in disguise as we had a wonderful evening and dinner in the city instead.
Regarding the flooding, we expected to see much more damage than what we did. A few places near the river was closed, but almost all where back in business. Impressive. I spoke to a lot of people about the catastrophe, and I was so pleasantly surprised of the attitude people showed. "In Tennessee, we help each other". You gotta love it.
Two days isn't nearly enough time to get a solid picture of what this city has to offer, but it was love at first sight for me. The people, the atmosphere was unbelivable.
So thank you so much, Nashville, I hope to see you again soon!