La Quinta Inns & Suites Lebanon

Address: 140 Dixie Avenue, Lebanon, Tennessee, 37090, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 140 Dixie Avenue, Lebanon, is near Cedars of Lebanon.
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    Big Coat Time

    A travel blog entry by livinthedream13 on Nov 15, 2013

    29 photos

    ... had a few, went on for a little to long. I thought Paul was going to keel over. A bit of an odd end to the night, there best of friends though.

    Day 54 - 14th November 2013

    Me, Paul and Chris headed to Thomas Jefferson's house today in a place called Charlottesville, his estate was named Monticello. He is massive in American history, he wrote and co signed the declaration of independence along with his mate John Adams, it was signed on the 4th July, the weird ...

    Music City.

    A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... arguing about Vinegar based barbecue with the Slider-slingers. Upon mentioning vinegar-based barbecue, one of the cooks scowled up at me and grumbled "You ready to go home brother?" We laughed and did realize that it was already tomorrow. So.. after 2 more hours we headed home.

    Fort Negley.
    Saturday morning came late. After some exercise, I headed up past Greer Stadium (home of the Nashville SOUNDS, who have an angry music note for ...

    Nashville Bound

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on May 15, 2013

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    We left Graceland RV Park at 7:35 am. We stopped for fuel at Stanton Exit 47 and bought 28.16 gal. @ $3.719/gal. For a total of $104.73. The highway cut through many hills of limestone - it was evident everywhere and provided a hold out for the Union at the Slaughter Pen in one of the battles at Stones River. We arrived at Countryside RV Park around noon - they charge $30/night after the ...

    Nashville...what a town!

    A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jan 11, 2013

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    ... guy. His name was Mike and he was in the air force and like me was driving quite far distances, but since it was a Friday night you have to go out and enjoy yourself so that was what brought us both there.

    It was also really interesting to talk with someone in the military. I always see soldiers at airports or in cities wearing their uniforms, but I have never had an actual conversation with anyone. It really opened my eyes to what it is like for them, ...

    Well, One Thing Leads To Another!

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

    14 photos

    ... hand answer! The people in Tennessee, I must admit, are very warm and accommodating.

    Another striking feature as we travel is the colossal size and number of churches "down south". Probably 99% of the churches are Baptist, but there are a few Methodist, Lutheran, Catholic, Presbyterian and Episcopalian. In the urban areas there are several huge churches on each and every block. Even the rural areas ...