Sleep Inn Horn Lake
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... Large campers could go on the BLM but most of the folks who own larger campers really do not like to store water and sewage in the holding tanks. If you own a camper like this, please chime in.
The advantages to a larger camper are: LOTS of space to pack things, a microwave, refrigerator that runs off of propane whilst you are driving so the food never gets warm, hot water, a large and comfortable bed, air ...
... in line in front of us). GOOD LORDY it was delicious. We have no idea what it was made from but it was basically a three inch high slab of solid peanut butter on some kind of gooey chocolate base. Not sure how that constituted a pie, but we weren't complaining. Surprisingly enough, we couldn't finish the slice and had to leave it on the table as we waddled back to the hostel.
After an hour of letting the food digest, we were changed and up again, ready to ...
... and reused ever since. So basically, I NEEDED to have one. The burgers are not that big, so I ordered a double meat, double cheese. Looking at the greasy monstrosity was a little intimidating. You know it's going to be a healthy burger when the baking paper it's wrapped in is completely clear from all the grease..... It went down a treat accompanied with a vanilla shake. Another food experience which was completely noteworthy, was ...
... couple from Minnasota called Nick and Ashley. Nick and I danced the night away while Dave and Ashley rolled their eyes and took photos... We missed the last shuttle home and had to pay $25 for a cab. An hour later I was head down the toilet talking to God and asking Dave to not let me die... The next morning I was sat eating biscuits, boiled egg and gravy like a trooper and we headed for the open road.
We arrived in Nashville around 3pm ...
... br> have ducks that wear little tuxedos and that swim in the indoor fountain and go
up and down the hotel stairs.
They were so friendly and kind. Setting up
a bed in the spare room, letting me take a shower, giving me the grand tour of
their riverside home and garden of which they are so proud. When the river
flooded last year the water was so high they kayaked right out of the basement
and into the backyard.