Candlewood Suites Nashville Brentwood
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... us had colds. We did all the required walking. We are thankful to be home. Susan has spent quite a bit of time talking about her next bucket list trip!!! PLEASE, just let me get the laundry done before we start that! We did not gain much weight, I am sure due to the walking. I swore the laundry done on the ship shrunk my pants, so you know who did gain some weight !
We hit the hay at about 8:30 and of course woke at 1 and 3 and finally got up at ...
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 ...
... Asia planned. I even impressed myself with the speed and efficiency by which this thing was planned! And the detail! I swear, I missed my calling! :) So, yes, Vietnam and Cambodia it became. It started out as Thailand, but the more I read about Vietnam, the more I said, "nope, I gotta go there...." Vietnam and Cambodia each have something on my bucket list, mind you...it's a natural fit. So here lie my next adventures....enjoy! ...
... brilliant day exploring yesterday but there is still so much more to see - great excuse to come back!!
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... 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 ...