Country Inn & Suites Murfreesboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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Put a toothbrush in my hand, let me be a travelin' man,
'Cause I'm a roadrunner baby
-- Jr. Walker and the All Stars, 1966
Day 2 and the road trip rolls on. We spent the morning on the highway, often in the rain, making our way towards Murfreesboro, a little southeast of Nashville. Patty has entertained herself by collecting state …
We were pretty excited about getting to Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, home to one of country music's greatest venues, the Grand Ole Opry House, founded by George D. Hay in 1925. He started with a one hour radio show broadcast over WSM radio and it developed into the legendary county music venue of today, fondly referred to as "Country's Most Famous Stage". Trace Atkins and Carrie Underwood were plying the weekend we ...
As most of you know, we bought a Forest River "Forester," class C, 32-ft. motorhome and are traveling from TN to the west coast and back. We are pulling a Honda CR-V behind the RV, and have our 4 bikes on the back of the CR-V. We are quite the ...
... Joe are about 35 minutes southeast of Murfreesboro so much of the time has been spent running the roads and getting reacquainted with family. We made it in time for the twins 12th birthday (Kaelyn - the oldest by 1 minute and Lilli) they decided that this year's festivities would be at Planes, Trains & Automobiles - the local arcade and bowling alley in Murfreesboro.
Deborah decided ...
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On the first Jan, the troops were too worn out to fight and wanted to clear the field, so fighting recommenced on the second and this time the Union routed the Confederates for one of the worst defeats of the war.