Baymont Inn & Suites Columbia/Maury
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Coming off the Natchez Trace Parkway is this truly quaint little town of Franklin which has a lovely, historic Main Street. With a self guided walking tour in hand, we walked down the street learning the history of each of the buildings which date back to the 1800s. A few blocks from the Main Street are lovely antebellum homes and as well, homes that, if they could talk, would have wonderful stories straight out of the civil war days.
Coming across this frozen yoghurt store ...
August 28th – day 116
The morning started quietly with
schoolwork and we had a quiet afternoon too. The oldest 3 teens went
to a movie after school, the youngest two went with the dads to Chuck
E Cheese while Viv and I ran errands and then we had dinner out
together at a Chinese place. Hilarious that they were out of most of what we wanted ...
... and good times. So good to see everyone.
Heading home Josh raced out to a school
American Football game with two of Steve and Viv's kids while Ben and
I went out on a date to a Thai/Japanese place. Waaayyyyyy too much
food but it was all delicious and it was nice to have some time out.
When we got back it was obvious Josh had enjoyed his football game,
one new experience to be chalked up on the list of things to see and
August 25th – day 113
11 years ago we went to Gaylord
Opryland Resort with Josh and Hannah so decided to go back there and
show them so they actually remember it. It's a large hotel with
gardens and water features throughout plus a small river with boat
rides. Just as pretty second time round and Kaitlin was of course
there this time.
From there we walked across to ...
... no shoulders, nowhere to stop, and in many places gushers of muddy water 12" deep pouring off the hillsides and across the road, over the tops of my shoes. The rain intensifies to 'man rain', the sound in my helmet increases to doink, doink, doink.
The road continues to climb in elevation and the pavement ends and becomes a slippery clay, at times my rear wheel is spinning due to lack of traction. I am doing maybe 10 kph with my feet down, the back ...