Embassy Suites Nashville SE - Murfreesboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Thursday May 1, I was off from work today. The landlord said "Electric off today due to NES crew working on the outside and needs to trip off all the power.." so I thought WHAT? What do we do?...normally I can think of tons of stuff to do but I worked a 12 hr shift yesterday and have another 12 hour shift tomorrow..I only wanted to sit at home and REST...play on my computer and watch TV...just veg out...
... with collective excitation, and connect personally to the Holy Land.
For Christians, the Land of Israel is considered holy because of its association with the birth, ministry, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus ...
... in the world, sure there are a few moody gets but generally there so friendly and welcoming. They got us all Greek food for tea, I haven't eaten Greek food since Zante 96. Was really nice though, I couldn't get enough of it. I had thirds. Had a few drinks with Mark, (Zachs dad) and Paul before bed, just filled him in on what New Zealand and Milford Sound is like so he's got an idea of where his son his living, really chilled relaxed bloke though. Its still bloody freezing though.
... on a mini-mountain outside Bellevue.
Hattie B's (best hot chicken in the land..scratch that, the world)
I'm just going to transcribe the conversation between myself and the respectable employees of this fine establishment.
Me: So how hot is the "Shut the Cluck Up" hot chicken?
The Entire Kitchen (and some customers): "Oh Really? OK, this kid wants to die today alright! Wooooo!"
(Enter Miss Hattie B ...
Woke up to a fierce thunder storm at 5:30 am this morning. The rain finally cleared and off we drove to Murfreesboro to see the Stones River National Battleground of Tennessee. This was a very crucial battle in the Civil War. The Union were defending the Nashville Pike, a road that led to Nashville and the nearby Nashville and Chattanooga railroad. After several bloody battles the Confederates were forced to retreat. At the battle of McFadden Farm, over 1,800 men were ...