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A weekend visit with college friends Mari and Rollie included a jam-packed introduction to the wonders of Nashville and surrounding areas. Mari and I started off Friday afternoon with a visit to nearby Franklin and the Carter House which was the site of a disastrous Civil War battle in November, 1864. Union forces were positioned at the Carter farm, Confederate soldiers attacked, and the farmyard ...
... the crop, not just from the US but around he but the world. There was even an Australian group. We were all blown away. Particularly with Charlie Daniels. He lifted the roof of the place. His was playing s fiddle so hard it looked like it would catch fire. Yeahaaa!
All this and we haven't even hit Vegas yet... What an incredible trip. As I write this I'm at 30,000 feet, and we have just began our descent... There is a rather large canyon to my right.
... morning and lunch on our own. Afternoon was free, so Janet and I took the opportunity to move our bus over to the Prevost Service Center for an early Friday appointment. We drove the Honda back to the Fairgrounds for an early dinner and then we boarded busses for the Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Oprey. Thursday evenings in the spring and fall they have Opry Country Classics at ...
... an extra day to give these bars a proper review.
The hotel is massive and reminded me a lot of a Vegas hotel, with everything you could ever want in it. You could stay there a week and eat at a different restaurant every night.
Finally there was time for the Sachs to give us another beating at crazy golf. We are now 2-0 down and Les really needs to raise her game. I can't keep carrying the both of us :)
... Association, playing 1860's style baseball. We watched for about 20 minutes while talking to a nice gentleman that told us the rules of the game. http://vbba.org/
We then walked to the plantation, toured the grounds, the family and the Confederate cemeteries, and had a guided tour of the Main House that served as a Confederate Army hospital starting on November 30, 1864 when the Battle ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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