Best Western Harpeth Inn

Address: 116 Luyben Hills Road, Kingston Springs, Tennessee, 37082, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 116 Luyben Hills Road, Kingston Springs, is near Narrows of the Harpeth.
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      Travel Blogs from Kingston Springs

      Nashville

      A travel blog entry by sparcat on May 13, 2014

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      Nashville is great. We listened to music in the bars, visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and The Grand Ole Opry. Its so much fun bar hopping and listening to really great music. The Hall of Fame was good too, but we did not know many of the artists that it highlighted. Going to the Grand Ole Opry rates right up there like when we went to the Royal Albert Hall to hear Eric Clapton, the Calgary Stampede and to the Woodstock Museum in Bethel, NY. ...

      Feeling like we are in the South y'all

      A travel blog entry by wituckil on Jan 30, 2014

      Eager to get out of Indy and the cold and windy winter. Got on the road by 10 or so ans just kept heading south on 65. We have a good routine of taking turns driving and then looking for rest stops for the dogs. In TN the rest stops were very nice with lots of room. We stopped at one and just soaked in the sunshine. Saw lots of other salty messy cars from MI stopped and people doing the same- thawing out- walking on dry land, starting ...

      A lil' more Music City Nov. 15th to 19th

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Nov 15, 2013

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      ... you should eat it, he will let you know, for all the Seinfeld fans, he was Nashville’s Soup Nazi. Sam’s was a small shop on the corner of Printer’s Alley, a part of town that got its name from the surrounding printing and publishing area. The Alley was also known for its nightlife, bootlegging and gentleman’s clubs. Inside the shop there were three tables, a open sushi bar and some hand written menus on the walls. When we ...

      Great Smokey Mountains & bears!

      A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Nov 01, 2013

      Got up and went for an amazing run along a bike path thru the smokey mountains. When I came back everyone ready to go on a hike. Kept on my running clothes and jumped in the truck. Amazing colors, on a beautiful loop thru the National Park. Stopped and took a 5 mile hike back to some waterfalls. Walked the whole way by the water. It was beautiful and very relaxing. On the way back a bunch ...

      Drove to Great Smokey Mountains

      A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Oct 31, 2013

      Long drive day to Smokey Mountains. Drove thru Pigeon Forge and couldn't believe the town. It was like Las Vegas. It had a replica of the Titanic and a huge upside down house. Almost stayed in town but I really wanted to go to the smokey mountains. Beautiful campground and amazing fall ...