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Passersby from near and far say spring break is a time to feel good

As winter phases out of Williamson County (we hope), spring break beckons to those longing for fun in the sun. The Herald asked passersby on Main Street March 12 whether they have big plans for the big break.

















“We came here, actually. We love the architecture in Franklin; it’s an exceptional walking tour. The variety of antique shops and unique boutiques lends a great diversity of products that have modern style with a vintage spin.”

MIA AND JOYCE ARREDONDO,
LORAIN, OHIO


















“I just moved here from Florida, so I am going the opposite direction of everyone else for spring break. I am heading to the mountains in Gatlinburg instead of the ocean. My sister and I are staying at in a cabin, and I am excited to leave this week.”

KEILAH MONEGHAN,
FRANKLIN


















“I am working at our family store while my mom, dad and sister go to Panama City. Then, I plan to go the next week with friends to avoid the crowd of spring-breakers.”

KYLE NOE,
BETHESDA, TENN.


















“The only thing missing here is the ocean. It’s very relaxed with nice restaurants and bars away from the hustle and bustle of Nashville. I think that the city of Franklin is an attractive atmosphere, and Ioved the Frothy Monkey.”

PHILIP SPENCE,
ASHEVILLE, N.C.,
BY WAY OF NORTHERN IRELAND

Posted on: 3/15/2013

 
 

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