Ramada Franklin Cool Springs

Address: 6210 Hospitality Drive, Franklin, Tennessee, 37064, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6210 Hospitality Drive, Franklin, is near Carnton, Carter House, Fort Granger Park, and Carter Gin Assault Site Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Franklin

    Day 10 - Nashville - Downtown

    A travel blog entry by smartattack on Mar 21, 2015

    13 photos

    ... and proceeded to drink PBR for Greig and rum and dry for me. The band playing were brilliant! We found out that in Nashville, on Broadway, musicians play for 'tips' only; Nashville has so many musicians looking for exposure that the honky tonks don't have to pay for the entertainers at all. The incredible thing to us though was that what we were listening to was better than some of the bands we've heard in bars in Australia that are paid by the venue...we ...

    Good Lookin', Good Cookin', and a Country Song

    A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jul 01, 2014

    27 photos

    ... any luck it found its way to my throat and I began choking. I managed to survive the attack of the cornbread by gulping thoroughly on my water. Would this mean I needed to stop the cheeseburger jokes?

    Following her meal Jessica ordered the blonde brownie dessert with ice cream and a caramel sauce. I didn’t order one because of the handful of snacks I ate earlier in the day. While waiting for the dessert a skirmish took place with another family ...

    John Wesley Work House

    A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on May 18, 2014

    6 photos

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    (Reverse): His father, John W. Work II, composer of the Fisk alma mater, "The Gold and Blue," was known as the rescuer and preservationist of Negro religious music. Work II's book, Folk Songs of the American Negro, was one of the first extensive studies on the origin and development of ...

    An Afternoon in Franklin

    A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 17, 2014

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... is buried with Confederate or Union soldiers. What courage and determination shown by the McGavocks, who were actually Unionists.....

    Also interesting is the name of the plantation, Carnton. It comes for the Gaelic 'cairn' which means a pile of stones remarking a place of importance or grave!!!! The Americans really love this stuff and hint that the original McGavock knew about the battle before it happened. Nice coincidence though.

    On to the hotel......

    Nashville Noise

    A travel blog entry by lkw2014 on Apr 05, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Church song by loaning the singer my aviator sunglasses. It was the perfect way to end our last night in Nashville.

    Tuesday morning we left Nashville knowing we would have more memories to make there! It started snowing on the way back and did not stop until we reached Asheville, NC!

    Once I leave a place I really enjoy such as Nashville, I have to make a list of some of the places I would like to see/go to ...