Twin Maples B&B

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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Events leading up to this trip...

A travel blog entry by emily100 on Oct 26, 2013

... Asia planned. I even impressed myself with the speed and efficiency by which this thing was planned! And the detail! I swear, I missed my calling! :) So, yes, Vietnam and Cambodia it became. It started out as Thailand, but the more I read about Vietnam, the more I said, "nope, I gotta go there...." Vietnam and Cambodia each have something on my bucket list, mind's a natural fit. So here lie my next adventures....enjoy! ...

We walk the line

A travel blog entry by on Sep 14, 2013

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... contrast to what is expected at the next planned stop at Graceland to see another cultural icon) Pictures, contemplation of the fragility of life and the legacy of a man in both the Rock-n-roll and Country hall of fame - enough of that - we're getting hungry, so we head off to WHITECASTLE...

Lookouts are posted while Marcus keeps his eyes glued to the charts. 3 miles (4.8km)...2 miles(3.2km)...1 mile (1.6km)....disaster. The whitecastle is no ...


A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Jul 17, 2013

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... 10.30.

Arrived to 97 and with the humidity, over 100. By the time we set up camp David and Ellen had arrived and it was a quick cool down drink and off for a dunk in the pool. Even that wasn't refreshing. It's not heated, but it sure was warm. Chris cooked up some burgers and off to town.


Nashville...what a town!

A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jan 11, 2013

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... the next day as I had an early start but having a fun night out made being in this town worth it.

The next morning, I went back to Broadway and got more souvenirs and took some photos in the daytime. It really feels very differently being there in the daytime compared to the night…but all in all Nashville is an insane town and I can’t wait to go back and hit up the piano bar and other bars when I return!

Hope you enjoyed the read!

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Touring and visiting the Parthenon

A travel blog entry by bates on Jun 07, 2012

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... plaster and concrete, but done in such a way as to look more authentic. They also built the statue inside, which was never built in 1897 because of cash poor problems. The statue stands 41 feet tall and is really spectacular to see. I will let the pictures do the talking. The basement has a gift shop and a picture gallery, all the paintings were donatedbmy some wealthy businessman and are worth a bunch. Bye for ...