Extended Stay America - Somerset - Franklin
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Somerset - Franklin
Travel Blogs from Somerset
... did. The museum is housed in an old public school house. There are several elements of the school that are still very visible. The building was kind of creepy to me. Most everything is stark white, except for the one floor where every room is painted black. You walk down the halls of the school and go in and out of the old classrooms to see the exhibits. Some of the rooms have been joined together to create a gallery, but some are still just a ...
... I could snap a picture of this nonsense. The next guy I ran into was selling sock puppet portraits. He had given each puppet a name and a persona that you could read about on the back of the frame. I told him that I was a big fan of Sifl and Olly. He is only the fourth person on earth that I have met that knows what that is. I had to buy one of his small portraits. This is going to give me a great story to tell to anyone who asks about it. He told ...
... Stay away from trans-fatty fats present in products like margarin. Trans-greasy fats are poor for the wellness. Eat whole unprocessed foods 90% of the time as I urge in stage 3 and you'll avoid trans -greasy fats easily. 9. Lower Your Adipose Tissue. As a man, your abdomen is the last place where you'll get rid of fat. You will need certainly to lower your body fat to lose your abdomen fat, if you might have a double chin and man boobs. Here's how: -- Get More Powerful. ...
... than one person?? An Ussie...;-) Then, we were off on the course that is now very familiar. I wish I had kept better records of the money I have raised, but I know it's almost $30,000 for cancer research and that makes me very happy.
It was a gorgeous day by the time we were finished and we walked across the park to a favorite restaurant of mine, Café Luxembourg. It's always crazy crowded, but we didn't have a ...
... statements from eye witnesses and seeing the dust covered, crumpled shoes and bags that actually belonged to people, some of whom died that day, made it real life. The hardest bit for me was the room that had photographs of victims covering every wall. Most with names and ages written below. These were not elderly people. A lot of them were my age or younger. Fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters. They all left home that morning as normal, expecting a non ...