Hampton Inn & Suites Lebanon

1065 Franklin Road, Lebanon, Tennessee, 37087, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1065 Franklin Road, Lebanon, is near Cedars of Lebanon.
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    Travel Blogs from Lebanon

    Yes, we are FINALLY “There”!!

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 12, 2013

    14 comments, 3 photos

    ... had been hosed in the excitement…all of this was happening while going 65 miles an hour down I-65 S! Since I was in my last clean pair of shorts which were also liberally splattered with cold Dr. Pepper, now we HAD to go home to do laundry!

    We crossed the border into Tennessee at 12:05. Stopping at the Tennessee Welcome Center we took a few minutes to do a better clean up of the mess. Oh well, things do happen occasionally. We crossed the border into Wilson County at ...

    Music City USA

    A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen on May 29, 2013

    10 photos

    ... for a few years in the 70s. We definitely want to visit again when the bar reopens.

    Our next stop was the Ryman Auditorium, also known as the “mother church of country music”. This music venue was home to the Grand Ole Opry until 1943 when it moved out to a bigger venue. The Opry is a country music show that has been broadcasting since 1925 in front of a live audience. The Ryman Auditorium was where Johnny Cash met June Carter for the first time, ...

    Well, One Thing Leads To Another!

    A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Aug 17, 2012

    14 photos

    The interesting thing about history is that when you examine things first-hand, it may lead to deeper investigation! For example: you may recall our mentioning the Natchez Trace a few miles back. It was the original "national highway" for footmen and horses, dating back to the pre-Jeffersonian era, as the native Indians were the ones to carve out the route. Again to refresh your memory, it runs uninterrupted ...

    First stop, Tennessee

    A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jun 16, 2012

    19 photos

    ... to be the last time I see her, even though she is in great health – she still goes up and down her stairs with not that much of a problem. We had a little dessert and it was soon time to go back to the state park which was 30 min. away.

    Sunday, June 17

    Since we visited my aunt yesterday, today was devoted to see one of Pooja’s childhood friends – Gona – who lives in Murfreesboro. They were friends back in Kashmir, ...

    No purries

    A travel blog entry by seechiken on May 24, 2012

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... things like that because it dates me. I say why not date myself... No one else will." Anyway it made for a very long hour or so . Not to mention the air conditioning didn't work well on the bus so we all sat there packed in like sardines sweating. Not very pleasant. Some of the sights were interesting such as the Centenial park or the store Antique Archeolgy where the guys from American pickers opened up or the part when we went through music row where all ...