Daisy Hill Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Lands was a disappointment. We didn't pay to get on a bus, or go and see anything, because you can't take any photos or video. It was $37 each to do a basic tour. The all inclusive was $75. Though you could pay more (of course) to do a few extras. Elvis would have turned in his grave. He knew I was coming. I'd phoned him and left him a message. Yes sir. But he wouldn't want to be milking the public for money to see where he lived, and photos of it all should ...
... rubber side down" was good advice from somebody who stopped in their car to say Hello!
We relunctantly leave Cafe Girardeau, what a great place and continue East and South in the general direction of Nashville. We enter the National Park - the Land between the lakes - a huge area of loveliest! We hit the side road to Energy Lake and find this wonderful spot at the end called Bob Cat point - wow! Bob and I ...
... not my style.
I brought my new food to the table and typed up some notes on my phones memo pad. Back in the hotel room I brought out my computer and finished my two shows where I left off the night before. A few times I tried videotaping Jessica sleeping but my phone didn’t want to record the noise. This wasn’t done to make fun of her but to make her aware of her alien-like sleep issues. The squeaking was more of a teeth grinding, but I could ...
... we could walk we enjoyed. We will go back again but next time without Sam....It was a really nice day. It was about 8am and already 80 degrees..We heard a deer snort and I was able to get a few photos.. I will mark those with DEER and see if you can see the new momma in the woods watching ...
Sunday, May 18th, Tony and I decided to go over to the Vanderbilt area and bar crawl or bar hop..whatever you want to call it.
We have seen this bar a few times and pasted it many times, so we decided to stop here. We went inside, they just opened at 11am. Albert greeted us. He was so very nice.
We ordered a PBR and a soda for only $4.50 with tax. This place is larger inside than it looks and the outside is very large. The patio is large with ...