Two Rivers Campground

Address: 2616 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States | Campground
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This campground, located in the Nashville Airport area of Nashville, is near Cooter's Garage, Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Grand Old Golf & Games, and Music Valley Wax Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Nashville

      Edmonds to Nashville

      A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Oct 06, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      9/26 – We caught the 1 PM Kingston ferry and drove to Bainbridge Island to spend the evening with our friends Dave and Karla. They live on the end of a spit with a beautiful view of the sound. We camped right next door at Fay Bainbridge State Park with numerous RV camping sites also with great views.
      9/27 The following morning we woke up …

      The Man Flu Strikes Back

      A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey on Sep 06, 2012

      ... me of fish and chip shops at home - lightly toasted bun and a nice fat dog that was fried not steamed. And at the end of our two and a half hour layover in Atlanta (that was only supposed to be one hour), the security guard searching our bags made our morning with a comment he made after he found a little Charlie Brown doll in Kelsey's tote bag - "Don't worry ma'am, I ain't gunna kill Charlie Brown". I popped a couple of antibiotics tablets (just in case the flu was an infection), and ...

      Andrew Jackson

      A travel blog entry by marshabrendan on Nov 03, 2011

      ... to cook the meals for all the Jackson guests.

      We had dinner at the Capitol Grille, a basement place just off the strip. It was a little fancy for the likes of James, but the food was good, and we enjoyed the welcome meal. Afterwards, Nelly & Don kindly took baby James home to bed, and Marsha and Brendan enjoyed an evening watching some live music in one of the louder, more modern joints on the strip. ...

      Civil War tour day 39

      A travel blog entry by bmitch7774 on May 28, 2011

      ... marked by a small square stone with the grave number and soldiers initials etched on the top. A few graves have had additional markers placed by family. There is also a plot for the unknowns. Carrie McGavock spent a lot of time caring for the wounded. It is said that a lot of girls born in the south after the war were named Carrie, after Carrie McGavock. The book, “The Widow of the South” is about Carrie.

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