Springfield Inn

Address: 2001 Memorial Blvd., Springfield, Tennessee, 37172, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2001 Memorial Blvd., Springfield, is near The Legacy Golf Course.
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      Nashville is amazing!!

      A travel blog entry by christine3036 on Jun 22, 2014

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      Hiya We are in Nashville and it is awesome!!! We have been to the country and western hall of fame and the Jonny cash museum We even got our pic taken with jonny cash's sister!! The drive here was a nice short one 2 hours and 40 mins. We have parked the car and ...

      Caves, Whisky and Music City

      A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... 8217;t other distilleries, as she didn’t think it’d be big enough to keep up with demand, but the guide said that they are building more barrel houses to store the mellowing whisky to keep up with global demand for the whisky. At the spring, there was also a statue of the man himself, who we learned was actually called Jasper Newton Daniel, and was only 5’2 – a tiny man! Next came my favourite part; where they mash the corn, rye and barley. The building ...

      Let the adventure begin...

      A travel blog entry by lodiburgmayor on Oct 05, 2013

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      ... bus drivers were greatly appreciated but were compared to watching the live stage version of Grumpy Old Men or Statler and Waldorf from the Muppet Show. Love those guys! We arrived safely from mapdot, KY to Nashville Airport and began the endless process of checking in all 21 of those bags. Made it through security, quickly & efficiently. As we approached the security que one of the TSA workers took a look at our group & said "Free tshirts ...

      Day 5: Honky Tonk & Jack..does it get any better??

      A travel blog entry by samber06 on Aug 14, 2013

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      ... it and go on about all we saw, as you have to go see it for yourslelf, even if you dont like JD you should still go!! Big John did a great job and he explained all about the history of the distillery, Old #7 and Mr Jack. Not a bad gig working working for Jack, as you get a bottle of Old #7 on pay day once a month. .... I need to retire to Lynchburg I think.

      Why is it called Old #7?? well there are a lot of stories about it, but ...

      Jack lives here

      A travel blog entry by mrpeters on Jul 06, 2013

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      ... at the facility, the wood used in the filtration process, the corn, barley and water that is used as part of the mash. A smell of the mashed product, enough to get the taste of the good stuff. Then it was further into the production facility. As you move along the production line the smells get more and more like the good stuff. A look at the barrel making process, all are made on site to ensure consistency of flavour of the good stuff. The irony is ...