Extended Stay America - Nashville - Franklin - Cool Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we nearly got knocked out by the fumes of the 140% proof whisky. It was also really strong in the warehouse where they have 6,000 barrels of the stuff as it seeps out of the barrels. I felt tipsy and I hadn't even drunk any!! We are just getting ready to go out for some ribs and some bud!! Memphis here we come!!! Love and miss you all loads ...
... 51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">They were in a party of like 12 and having a good time.
I went to the buffet table to get a small sample of the fares..for both Tony and myself.
... bit is the music bars on two streets. They have a lovely footbridge, which used to be for vehicles, and this has a great view of the city so wandered across it for the view.
The city was founded by two guys one called Robertson and the other Donelson.... There was French Canadian who set up a trading post before that, although didn't found a city. Independence war hero and President, Andrew Jackson was native who practised law here.
There are many british ...
... 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 ...
... through Lake Radnor, a 1,200 acre nature preserve in the middle of Nashville. The drive to the lake took us through rolling hills dotted with enormous houses covered in the recently fallen leaves. Unfortunately Friday night’s escapades had caught up with one of us and only three of us could make the hike. We were about a week late for the changing of the leaves but there was still just enough color left to make the forest glow in the ...