Monteagle Inn & Retreat Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... meeting rooms. A really good idea to make use of historical things rather than just throwing them away. Of course we couldn't resist a good old sing along. And hey, we are walking down the street and we come across this statue which is clearly a man and a dog. Indeed, that is the title. What catches my eye is the dog looks like it is taking a poop. Why on earth would anyone design a statue like that? Perhaps my brother is right - the dog is a Pooooo ...
Gnomes and scary looking fake children. It was hilarious and odd and
finishes in a huge castle with Snow White etc... We all enjoyed going
there but agreed the end was different to the rest of the place. It's
also pretty expensive for a family, $20 for adults and $12 kids which
adds up for a couple of hour walking. Was still good fun though.
We found a splash pad park online in
Chattanooga that was a ...
... of pushing the order through and gave us extras including dessert (which we had to takeaway as we were too full) to make up for it, apologising all the time. This was a good chance to show the kids that tipping can also be a way of kindness as we could've gone the route she said she expected us to go which was to get grumpy as a lot of customers do so we did the opposite. Hopefully small lesson to the kids in being good to others.
Only two and a half weeks until my adventure begins! Yay! So far i have booked three shows: "The Woman in Black" and "The Beaux Strategem" both theatres are on the West End! "Much Ado About Nothing" was sold out, but i got a great seat for "Measure for Measure" at The Globe! One ...
... a second one bottling. That process used an automatic system to start the pour, but first he had to select an empty bottle, and individually connect it to one of the four pouring nozzles. Once connected, the whisky started flowing automatically. They even allowed us to set one up. At the conclusion of the tour he took us into the little sampling bar at the rear, where two more staff had lined up a selection of 2 different ...