Extended Stay America - Nashville - Franklin - Cool Springs
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... of the dead were buried by Confederate and Union troops where they fell in shallow graves 2-3 ft deep. In the spring of 1866, Carrie decided that the family should set aside 2 acres adjacent to their own cemetery and reinter the confederate dead. By this time the Union dead were already interred in the National Cemetery at Nashville.
The McGavock's employed 3 Texan brothers to dig up and re bury any confederates they could find at $5 a body. Within 2 months the ...
... Lenny and myself, Elaine decided to stop by. The beer was fine, the cover band was okay but the moves were amazing. We thought it best to end on a high note, called it an evening and headed back to Brianna’s.
Our late Friday night was followed up with a late and very slow start to our Saturday. We decided a greasy meal that included a fried component was the best course of action. Luckily Lenny knew just the place, The Pharmacy it was. ...
... ordered and we were duly dispatched back to Boot Barn to try on another 73 pairs to try and choose the perfect pair! The most patient and generous sales guy ever talked us all through how the boots should fit, how to look after them and managed to add 3 pairs, 2 shirts and a pair of jeans to his sales tally for the day! Cue massive smiles all round from the Reeders topped off by celebration Apple Pie Milkshakes in Johnny Rockets - heaven!
Of course these amazing ...
... But on Sunday nights anybody is welcome to bring along their instruments and they 'jam' - sit around in a circle playing country songs. There was about 15 all together with guitars, fiddles, banjos and stuff. Only two or three actually knew each other before the night and one person would say 'do you know this song' and they would sing and play and everybody would join in. If you were the one singing you were kind of in control and they would give some one the nod and ...
... Man Records. This is Jack White's (musician The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather) record store and studio. There are several novelty things to do in the record store. Aside from looking at White Stripe memorabilia, you can take a photo in an old photo booth and the store contains the only instant record maker in the world!
While in Nashville we ...