Tennessee Fitness Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and cool nights make for a sky filled with stars. Wedding was picture perfect. Lots of great food (fried pickles, hush puppies, bloomin' onion, pulled pork!!!). A background I can't even explain and pictures can not truly show its beauty. After a night of dancing we headed back to the cabin to get ready for the next part of our ...
Today was the wedding day!!!! First Ohno Scot Mama Daddy and Luke and Me went and took a walk and we saw a water fall after a marvelous breakfast buffet. ( they had the best cinnamon rolls ever ) Then we went home and took showers and got dressed up for the wedding . After that we went back to our cabin and took a nap. Last we went to reception and had the best strawberry shortcake ever!!!!!!!!!! And had a dance party and had a ...
Well, 4am comes really early on any normal day but after the thunderstorms we had last night it was hard to get myself out of bed! We got on the road about 4:30 and made good time through Dallas, despite the heavy consistent rain fall. We were hoping to stop in West for some kolaches but Mark passed it up because we were all sleeping! So, Cracker Barrel would have to do! After over 800 miles we made it to Tennessee! After dinner with family we are headed to ...
... in nothing but his boxers, he stomped onto the truck tailgate and yelled, "Hey, hey." Pause to make sure he had ignoramus's attention. "Turn that $&!# off and I'm tired of hearing your *^@%!^&* truck run." Door slam, return to bed, truck screeches off, husband sound asleep, me waiting for him to return with Bobbie Ray, Johnnie Lee, Willie Jo to flip and torch the baby house. This man is fearless.
... spent part of our breakfast trying to teach me the *correct pronunciation of 'Natchez', but to no avail – you can take a guy out of Pennsylvania, but….
The Trace is a very old road – first developed by bison and other animals migrating from the Mississippi River grasslands to get to salt flats near (what is now) Nashville. It was adopted by the Indians, and after that by the European settlers ...