Twin Maples B&B

Address: 370 Beechcroft Rd, Spring Hill, Tennessee, 37174, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 370 Beechcroft Rd, Spring Hill, is near Tennessee Antebellum Trail.
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On our way out, and how we got here

A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Aug 13, 2014

... Heating~Ventilation~Air Conditioning) apprentice, installing different types of air duct and heating/cooling units on a commercial level. My wife has been working with children for a "Before and after school care program". And now we feel called back to missions. Actually, the premise of our relationship was that we both have a burning in our hearts to be lifelong missionaries. We both knew God was saying France, so we began to ...

A Good Ole Time in Nashville

A travel blog entry by currin on Dec 13, 2013

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... in these communities.

Dave's niece, Lisa and her husband Derek and their 3 sons (Troy, Colton and Caleb), along with his nephew, Eric and his wife, Leslie, all live in the Nashville area. We joined up with them at Boscos Cool Springs restaurant and had a great time catching up on their life.

Another full day and another great night of sleep.

Big Coat Time

A travel blog entry by livinthedream13 on Nov 15, 2013

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... of the red leaves as it it was the end of autumn. It was getting colder and colder the closer we got to Richmond, we had heard on the news that it was due to snow tomorrow but after speaking to Paul he said that it didn't snow in Richmond in November.
Arrived in Richmond in the evening and it is just how I pictured a traditional Americans family street and home would look. There were leaves everywhere. We were introduced to a few of Pauls friends who live in his house ...

On The Road Again...

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 15, 2013

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... br> I was soon headed further south to Nashville. I made a stop to pick up some beer. Say what? Well a buddy of mine asked me to bring some beer back from Kentucky. Beer that you apparently can only buy in Kentucky. It's called Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, and it's aged in oak bourbon barrels. Interesting concept. Anyway, got some for him and a 4-pack for me. Steep...$10 a four-pack. Stuff better be good!

I made it to Nashville ...

Nashville...what a town!

A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jan 11, 2013

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... guy. His name was Mike and he was in the air force and like me was driving quite far distances, but since it was a Friday night you have to go out and enjoy yourself so that was what brought us both there.

It was also really interesting to talk with someone in the military. I always see soldiers at airports or in cities wearing their uniforms, but I have never had an actual conversation with anyone. It really opened my eyes to what it is like for them, ...