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... time drinking! You got a glass with entry and could walk around for as many samples as you liked. The sample sizes were pretty generous - a shot of liquor or about 100-150ml of beer. We were thinking the night could get pretty lively but everyone was well behaved and friendly. There was a band on stage for a few hours and it was a really nice atmosphere. Damien confirmed he does not like IPA (which is all the rage in the US) but managed to ...
... She was given a taste of it when she was at school and will never forget it. She was pleased to hear that Nadia doesn't eat the stuff either! We told her that Tim Tams are a much better example of Australian food that she should try to eat. Maryssa repaid us by recommending a bakery nearby which makes amazing doughnuts, so of course we went straight there!
Before we tried our doughnuts, we had late lunch at a really nice Mexican ...
Everyone on contiki had a rather heavy night the night before so the long bus journey we had today was going to be interesting. I woke up hating life with a spinning head and feeling rather delicate. Had some brekky & felt better but still could have done with staying in bed. Then it was on the way to Charleston. We got there and picked up Lynda our tour guide. She got on our bus and we drove round Charleston & it's the prettiest place so far in America ...
... in less than two weeks preparing for our Spring Premier trip. We had hoped to test towing but haven’t received the tow dolly yet. It will be waiting for us in Raleigh. Unfortunately I will be driving the car following Jerry. I am really ready to ride in it for more than 10 minutes. I guess I could offer to drive. Nope, not yet! Trent called to check on things and said Eva told him she wanted to go to ride in it. Hopefully we can get that accomplished ...
... the drive between the two is beautiful. We followed a rushing river up the mountain and down the other side. And I think I discovered why it is called the Smoky Mountains. When you look at the photos, you may come to the same conclusion as I did. The forest is thick and dense and very green. And there are many pull offs where you can take photos. On the other side we drove The Blue Ridge Parkway and through Maggie Valley where you can eat at ...
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