Best Western Harpeth Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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But, the price is sometimes out of my pocket book range..depends on want and pocket book...more than NEED...sometimes the WANT wins out...oh well, one less gallon of gas this ...
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Some interesting stories to tell.
There was also a section on the Civil War and the Reconstruction........
I found out the KKK were formed at a time when no confederates were allowed in governing positions from 1865 to 1867, during re-construction. The white population felt marginalised and threatened, so formed the KKK. Nathan Bedford Forest was their first chief Knight and he organised ...
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 ...
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 ...
... was up. From that post, I learned that Cyclone Phailin had hit India over the weekend (this was the Monday before I was to leave on that Saturday, 10/18. The cyclone ended up sending a bunch of **** torrential rain and snow up into the Himalayas. :( And to break it down even further, 86 people were trapped at EBC! Hearing that, I knew what I had to do. After contemplating this, John Gano and I decided to cancel the trip. We ...