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... discovered one of the gift shops charged her twice for her purchase so she spent most of the quick drive on the phone with the bank and the gift shop. We arrived at the Pied Piper Creamery, since ice cream is often found on my to-do list. In the previously mentioned interview with Taylor Swift she recommended visitors try the ice cream from this location. It was hard to tell where each place was because Five Points tends to be a few store fronts as well as a ...
Okay, I should have known Dawg House meant Hot Dogs, but dah...I am a blonde remember...lol!!!
... is also a fountain at the McNairy Spring, one of the main fresh water sources for Nashville ..I found that fascinating and then there is the memorial area to the original Sulpher Springs Bottom Baseball field in Nashville. There is some lovely chimes, also a world globe water fountain representing Tennessee location to all major acts of war and the mileage..Plenty to see and enjoy.
... The restaurant was inside the mall and easy to find, but since it was barely 5 pm here, we found very few dinning guests and we were seated right away. The meal was fabulous! While we were walking through the mall we talked about how Opry Mills was a shopping mecca that Melanie had wanted to visit but hadn't gotten there yet. She would ...
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Since Tennessee is as far south as we were going to go on this trip I decided to turn our time in the red state as a bit of a gastronomy tour of Southern Food as well. It was probably the last time I will ever get to have it. I researched on trip advisor where the best southern cooking restaurants in Nashville and it came back with Barbara’s Home Cooking and the Loveless Cafe.
Barbara’s was just out of Nashville in Franklin, ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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