Mcminnville Inn

Address: 2545 Sparta Street, McMinnville, Tennessee, 37110-1354, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 2545 Sparta Street, McMinnville, is near Cumberland Caverns and Historic Falcon Manor.
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Travel Blogs from McMinnville

Looking back...and back in one piece

A travel blog entry by billhall on Jan 04, 2015

... I know of no town that offers these things. While towns may be interesting, they seldom can surpass what nature shows us.

5. California. It's a different mentality in California. The sights we saw in California were obviously the high point and it is such a beautiful place to visit. Big Sur and the redwoods were simply amazing, as were many other sights. The people we met were, for the most part, very nice. Traffic is a bit crazy at ...

The Green, Green Hills of Tennessee

A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Oct 28, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

Hi Again We arrived in the southeastern section of Tennesee to visit my friend, (and the sister of my children's father), at the home she and her husband Charlie built last year. Val was, and always will be, my beloved sister-in-law. Like me Valerie grew up in San Gabriel, California, about 12 miles from LA. After her mother died Val and Charlie realized their dream of a piece of land and a new home ...

State Park Campground

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Sep 01, 2014

5 photos

We arrived in Manchester, Tennessee and found the Old Stone Fort campground/park. We traveled deep into the woods and had a whole loop to ourselves since all the Labor Day campers had left. The site was above the river and to level it they had made a thick asphalt pad. It was so thick, ...

First United Methodist Church

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on Jun 22, 2014

10 photos

... its roots to a meeting held in Delaware by Dr. Thomas Coke to organize a group of preachers to carry out Wesley’s grand plan to spread the faith throughout the Colonies. Thus, in 1784, the Methodist Episcopal Church was born in our nation.
It did not take long for the circuit riders to carry Methodism to the frontier west. By the time Tennessee became a state in 1796, meeting houses were established in many communities and ...

Collections and Recollections

A travel blog entry by billhall on Mar 05, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... things one doesn't normally think of when they think of Texas. It's a state that doesn't lend it self to convention......and is often different from it's stereotypes. I liked Texas.....and think I'd like to explore it more.

Walmart- People vilify Walmart....but we used it a lot. We stayed in their parking lots on overnights, and shopped there a few times. It may not be politically correct, but neither am I. We're able to get ...