A lot of times, my city breaks all seem to be variations on the same. You eat some good meals, spend half a day at a museum, and join a walking tour past fountains or skyscrapers or monuments. Unless you really have time to dig in, it’s hard to get to know what makes the city special. Maybe that’s why I liked Chattanooga so much.
I don’t want to give you the wrong impression, but I’m a beer drinker. Alaskan Amber is my drink of choice, but whenever I’m traveling, I love to sample the local beer — especially craft or microbrews. Except as much as I love solo travel, I hate drinking alone. I can go to restaurants alone, head to coffeeshops alone, and join activities alone, but a bar?
I didn’t plan to go to Chattanooga this year, but when a town is named “best town ever” by Outside Magazine, it catches my attention. Chattanooga earned that honor not once, but twice . And I still wasn’t planning on going to Chattanooga until I went to Knoxville and Nashville in June and remembered how much I love Tennessee. Frankly, Chattanooga is more up my alley than both of
I loved learning more about Memphis’ music and pop culture, but no matter how much fun I was having, my attention span can only handle so much information about one topic. Luckily, there are a lot of things to do in Memphis beyond music and the blues. 5 Things to Do in Memphis TN (Not Related to Music) National Civil Rights Museum The Memphis National Civil
In Memphis, checking out some good music is a no-brainer. Beale Street is worthy of its fame, and I was thrilled that live music wasn’t limited to just weekend nights. While I can heartily recommend checking out a blues club or two on your visit, I also really loved learning more about the different styles of music and how it has impacted Memphis’ history. Memphis