Franklin Marriott Cool Springs
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... house when the Federal Army used it as their headquarters. The battle didn't last more than a day, and the family hunkered down in the lower level and survived, except for one of the young son's who died from wounds in the battle. When you look a the pictures, you will see pictures of the bullet holes in the house.
... Sauvignon aged in French oak barrels, a port-style wine with added brandy and few others. After the tasting we returned to the patio to finish our bottles as we enjoyed the music from the live jazz band that played in the large pavilion below and get to know our new Nashville friends, Lenny and Jennifer, a little better.
One of Kaitlyn’s friends from middle school, Rory, had recently moved to Nashville from Portland with his fiance Lisa ...
... has been music not food, mostly what we have ordered would be considered a snack although it was more than enough for us. However, there were so many American diners in the restaurant eating full portions across 3 courses and that was just lunch, fully anticipating eating a full meal later in the evening - we tried not to stare but just couldn't believe how much people were getting through! We all resorted to doggie bags and taking our cheesecake home for later which they were ...
Far from the little dust bowl of our imaginations, Nashville is quite a clean, respectable little city with friendly people and diligent parking attendants. Nightlife is focused around 'broadway', a street lined with 'honky tonk' bars and drunk bachelorettes. The music at dinner made up for the cheesy interior (for me anyway - Rich isn't as much as a fan of country music as I am). The bars we went to after we're much better although packed ...
We then went to Sarah's first preschool which was at The Concord Church of Christ Building. It was very nice to revisit those memories. We even got to go inside and look at the old rooms and take pictures right by the same entrance where we'd taken a picture of Sarah when it was her first day in the school.
Next to the school is the most beautiful library we've ever seen (kids section in Brentwood TN). ...