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... from Kroger's Store to have for dinner at home that night. Fried BBQ honey chicken wings, salad, asparagus and baked garlic potatoes. Hagen Vaus Vanilla bean ice cream for dessert. We had dinner with Juliet and Ed, shared some NZ Marlborough Sav Blanc and lots of great conversation.
We booked our Greyhound bus for Monday from Memphis to Nashville and the Amtrak train from Lancaster to New York online. TICK TICK, 2 more off my ...
... opened in 1991, but, apparently when the basketball team came to town, they found the building unusable. Since their agreement with the city gave them control over use of the Pyramid, it sat vacant for about 10 years. It is not being converted to a Bass Pro megastore. Wow.
At 5pm, I joined about 300 others to watch the ducks march down the red carpet. It was very bizarre.
... soon as they started to get darker I jumped up and stood under this little window blind on the front of the building. It would have offered maybe 1m2 of coverage. A few minutes after I made the move the rain started falling, and falling and before long it was what can only be described as torrential downpour. Flash flooding in the streets and all. The four of us were huddled under this blind, bags on the ledge so they ...
... were so full. Tug's was absolutely packed as it is also open to the public not just the guests of the River Inn. We loved the southern hospitality and have fallen in love with the Memphis accent even more than the Nashville accent. We only had one full day in Memphis and you can't go to Memphis without seeing Graceland - the main reason we came. Nothing can describe the feeling of fulfilling a life long dream of walking through the house owned by Elvis - ...
... are several 'unofficial' ways of purchase though. After a tour encompassing the history of the company right through to the final bottling of the product (I got the shake the lid on one of the mellowing cylinders) we exited via the gift shop and headed over the bridge from the distillery into Lynchburg town square. We'd been given advice at our hotel to go to the Barrelhouse BBQ pit near the creek and so this is where we went, and it turned out to be very sound advice indeed. We ...