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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Travel Blogs from Spring Hill

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 travel blog entry by serenaace on Dec 21, 2013

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... a significant amount of water over him - fortunately it was water and he slept until he was dry. He was curious as to why the blanket he left on the floor was wet (the plastic on the outside) so if the nice Italian man ever reads this I'm sorry. I fully blame the wine and cava for my lack of judgement! You know when you can see it happening but you think you can outsmart yourself, it was one of those moments. Steve also could see it happening ...

Nashville here we come!

A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Aug 16, 2013

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... went to collect her bike which was having a service and checking the knocking noise in her engine. While they were collecting the bike Steve and I went for lunch at Hard Rock Café and a walk along the river.

After a coffee and an ice cream we met John and Jenni and explored Nashville some more. Our first stop was Margaritaville, then BB Kings, we decided to go to Coyote Uglys, where Jen and I were asked for our ID, think they needed my glasses haha. ...

Hiking the concrete jungle of Nashville

A travel blog entry by kesterfamily on May 15, 2013

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... unique" and delicious flavors of homemade ice cream. I had the salted caramel ice cream and the buckeye ice cream which were both topped with extra bitter dark chocolate sauce, salted graham cracker crumbles hand whipped cream, and a cherry.

My dad had a toasted coconut ice cream cone and Noah had the "milkiest chocolate in the world" and the Buckeye sundae. The service was outstanding. They BEG you to sample all of the ...

The Man Flu Strikes Back

A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey on Sep 06, 2012

There was very little sleeping overnight. I was struck down with a man flu almost as extreme as the one I got in Argentina, and it just happened to fire up once we hopped on our first bus. Joy! So my throat was on fire, my nose was stuffed, and my head was achey. There were a couple of highlights over the course of the next 20 hours of pain and insomnia. I ate what may have been the best hot dog I've had in America at the Orlando Greyhound station (big call I know), probably because ...