Embassy Suites Nashville SE - Murfreesboro
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Murfreesboro
... but also depressing because they know next to nothing about the
people buried there. They have a few names (perhaps taken from the family
bible?), but there is only a single marker for the 43 buried there.
Finally, we stopped at a swamp on the Trace that was full of
cypress, as you can see. We tried to take some art-y pictures so you can judge
how well that worked out. Many parts of the Trace, including the swamp, would
have been much ...
Today Paul cheated us ahead to Nashville, TN; the 3 hour car drive probably would have taken us 3 days to bike. He drove us into the city and we began to explore. We got to see The Grand Ole Opry, the remake of The Parthenon, and all the downtown shops. Part way through our exploration we met back up with Rauno, who happened to make a pit stop in Nashville during his hitchhiking travels. After eating ...
... the grounds.
The weather wasn't particularly southern, and as I had yet to acquire my lovely pair of cowboy boots, my feet were freezing! Brendan kept James warm on his chest, and Nelly & Don were prepared for everything, as usual. We wandered through the gardens and through his home, marvelling at the size of the kitchen area, and at the thought of the sheer numbers of people that must have ...
Tonight we arrived in Nashville a city known for it's country music culture. On our way here we stopped at the Jack Daniels distillery in Lynchburg. The distillery produces 2000 barrels of whiskey per day and every drop of JD in the world comes from here. Jack Daniels started making whiskey at the age of 13, perfected his recipe and started the first licensed distillery in the USA in 1866. He built ...
Great photos of Kyrgyz people