Baymont Inn & Suites Murfreesboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... skelter at best, and there were a half dozen feral cats running around the park. But the staff were all very helpful and pleasant, we were able to get Direct TV through the trees and we've been at worse campgrounds, (not much worse) so you've got to take what life hands out, make the best of it and move on, which we did, to Southaven, Mississippi, a short 7 miles into Memphis,Tennessee and Graceland.
Bye for now. Stay ...
... to release the Emancipation Proclamation, but there seems to be some question as to which side actually won -- Union forces were seriously beat up, but the Confederates left the field. One of Patty's distant relatives fought on these grounds (though not apparently in those preserved by the park). After driving the short loop through the battlefield, Patty quizzed park personnel for information about his unit while I walked the perimeter ...
I made the quick journey to Murfreesboro in about 30 mins and it's was open on a lovely morning, with temperature expected to hit 78 deg. The USA is till in fahrenheit.
The actual battle occurred just on the edge of the town and the backdrop was Stones River.
The location is just south of Nashville on the main Atlanta to Ohio railroad and highway.
Strategically, this setting was the key to unlocking ...
... Arabs were expelled or fled their homes to become Palestinian refugees.
After the establishment of Israel, immigration of Holocaust survivors from Europe and a large influx of Jewish refugees from Arab countries ...
... day was pretty dusty though after a 2am bedtime. However we made our way I to the Country Hall of Fame and the Parthenon. The Country Hall of Fame was in a building built like a treble clef and held two floors of the history and development of country music throughout America. It was a very interactive museum with lots of videos and touch screens culminating in the Hall of Fame. I was however most disappointed to discover that Keith Urban has not ...