Governor Bickett House

Address: 621 N. Main Street , Franklin, North Carolina, 27549, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Franklin

Auf wiedersehen, Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Oct 19, 2014

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... time. But the best part of the experience for Rich and me was sharing it with Ben and Mary. We are taking away memories that we’ll all cherish—Fifty Nifty States cards and Mao and Casino and Hearts and Oh, Hell!—Wienerschnitzel and apfelkuchen and morning cold cuts and milchcaffe and gelato and Mary’s birthday dinner and Ben’s first legal beer and pfifferlingen and pretzels and Spetzi—lollipops on the ...

You Can't Get There from Here

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Oct 10, 2014

... I called Lufthansa and got Seats 46A, 46B, and 46C on the Frankfurt flight. No problem. Next morning Rebecca checked in with United online and got boarding passes for seats scattered all over the plane. I called United, and they said we’d have to contact Lufthansa. I called Lufthansa, and they said that United gave away our original seats and there was nothing they could ...

Raleigh, NC

A travel blog entry by lzusarail on Oct 03, 2014

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Raleigh was great! Short and sweet. I neglected to take many pictures, but the quick rundown: met up with our great friend Liz Kazal, an organizer with Environment NC. Went out for "green drinks" at a local brewery and met some really nice Sierra ...

Dewey Beach to Raleigh

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 26, 2014

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... was full of bike club members and their hogs and beasts. We caught a stunt act and a couple of bands.

Raleigh is a beautiful town, the land was not inhabited until it was marked out as the state capitol. This happened over 200 years ago so the planned buildings are now semi historic which somewhat mitigates the rather antiseptic origins.

The best way to describe it is that it is very respectable. It was definitely a livable place with a great climate.
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Day 3: Treasure Hunting!

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 15, 2014

... who had helped Esen.
After we were done, they took our findings to identify them. I appreciated that they sorted each type of stone into different small ziplocks and labelled them. Much more fun for us.

Then, we continued with the gem theme stopping at the Gem Museum in Franklin. Housed in an old jail, it offered a guided tour with free admission and gave all kids 3 polished stones each for free.
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