Hampton Inn and Suites Nashville Franklin (Cool Springs)
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... Alabama, away from any Union force and to discourage them from running away.
Life as they knew it was pretty rosy, then on 29th November about 25,000 federal troops raced past the house trying to get to Nashville before the Confederates. The area just south of the town of Franklin was a perfect place for the Union troops to defend so they dug in. They were positioned about 1 mile North of the house.
On 30th November confederate troops began to arrive ...
... in front. We had a few drinks and talked with Rory & Lisa about living in Portland. It was great to get the honest perspective of two similar individuals who had lived there for years.
From The Greenhouse, Brianna and Lenny took us to Santa’s Pub...AMAZING!!! Santa’s Pub is a double wide (literally) with Christmas themed graffiti covering its facade and Santa himself checking IDs at the door. Inside is a cash only bar ...
... you might have finished...no waiting until the whole table has finished, the servers whip that plate away as soon as you even look like you've stopped chewing - we've lost count of the number of drinks and half eaten snacks we've lost that way! Equally what's with the phrase 'Y'all still working on that?' - I'm not working on anything - that implies effort and commitment! I'm enjoying my food and I may still wish to do that but at no point would I consider I've been working on ...
... breakfast place with all you could eat. And pretty much anything you wanted to eat! From eggs to waffles to donuts to fruit to roast pork! I could have sat there all day but had to move on. But while I was there, I was sitting next to a women from Nashville who asked what I was up to while I was here. I showed her my days plan and she was rather impressed and also gave me some other things to add. Next I visited the Country Music Hall of Fame. Just cause. I knew ...
... work on these walls. How neat! :)
After that we made another stop to leave another little note and present this time to encourage the Adcock family. They are such great friends and we were excited to be little elves leaving something that we hoped would bring smiles to their faces.
We then went to have dinner with the sea creatures at the Aquarium restaurant at the Opry Mills. We learned many fish facts and got ...
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