Comfort Suites Smyrna
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... style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">We had a floor show of some mid 40 year old couple...he grabbed her bootie while at the salsa bar, I mean hand on the butt under the skirt...I was like WHAT THE ????? I could see she was wearing blue undies under that khaki skirt..I was like spitting my soda out my nose laughing..
... found it nestled in amongst beautiful farm land. It is literally in the middle of nowhere, and is the tiniest little town ever, which is pretty much wholly supported by the distillery, but is a lovely place to visit. We bought our tickets for the tasting tour, and then headed into the town itself to have a look around, as we had a while to wait for the tour to start. The few shops that there were sold primarily Jack Daniel’s tourist stuff (as you’d expect) but there ...
... gear than the actual trek, in fact. We were sooo excited....and I have to admit, I was very nervous, too. Scared might even be an applicable word? The more I read, the more I was freaking myself out. Well, all that last week prior to leaving, I kept seeing lots of uncustomary rain in the forecast for Lukla, Namche, and Gorak Shep. Why?? The monsoon was supposed to be over! Therefore, I posed this question on tripadvisor.com to ...
I was pretty anxious about the drive to Nashville from Savannah today, I wasn't sure what driving in bigger USA Cities would be like. As luck would have it, 8 hours driving anxiously isn't enough to test me, the heavens opened up on 3 occasions really challenging my skills at staying to the left of my right hand lane so as not to sneak into the truck lanes or hit gutters. Furthermore the GPS decided that ...
... car wash and converted it to an art gallery! The house reflects her artistic nature; I asked about the striking panels on the wall. “It’s my great-grandfather Douglas Ives,” she answered, pointing to a portrait hanging behind me and the basis for the panels. Julie was excited to hear about the Journey; she followed me outside to get a picture of the Scion for her Facebook page; and posed for me. “I named Ellendale’s after my great-grandmother Ellen Dale ...