Comfort Suites Murfreesboro
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Having arrived some twelve days ago in Murfreesboro, we've done quite a bit. I've been a little delinquent not keeping up my blog. To say we're in Murfreesboro is just a little incorrect. We're in a very, very, very small town called Bradyville. There's not really much in Bradyville other than one post office and that's about it. There's no traffic signal in town but there is a stop sign.
... the Army of the Tennessee led by Braxton Bragg.
Rosecrans headed for Murfreesboro and set up his 41,000 troops on a NorthSouth route, or 6 o'clock
On the morning of 31 December 1862 the 35,000 Confederates attacked the south end of the Union line and it competely collapsed, meaning that within a few hours the Union line represented 10 to 12 on a clock. At the clock centre a group of Chicago regiments held a wooded ...
... Arab countries.
Israel's Jewish population continued to grow at a very high rate for years, fed by waves of Jewish immigration from round the world, including the massive immigration wave of Soviet Jews, who arrived ...
When eased into our berth at the KOA in Nashville and had a few hours until the curtain-rise at the Grand Ole Opry. It seemed like a good opportunity to forage for some supplies that were forgotten upon departure (blame shall remain nameless). On the list were a spatula, a plug in water carafe, a pan that works with induction cook top, batteries, Cisco router, some awesome lap desks, and various sundries. So we piled into our runabout and cast off.
... and eventually decided to visit the Parthenon. "The Parthenon? You mean like in Greece? I thought this was Tennessee?" I thought to myself as I looked at the huge structure before me. Apparently, the people of Tennessee thought it would be cool to build a replica of the historical building. You can take a tour of it for $10 (the inside is a museum) but if you want to partake in the free lifestyle like us college folk, you can walk around the building and take pictures of ...