Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Smyrna
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... it was really good!!! He also chose a cold bottle of Budweiser
Noel chose the Grilled chicken wings with a side caesar salad and waffle fries with iced cold sweet tea..She liked it but not ...
... TN) , not only for Mother's Day, but because I am about to head to Atlanta to embark on a great journey. My grandmother gave me the opportunity to embark on a journey with her as my graduation gift. AND, she gave me the roaring opportunity to choose the location (as long as she had not already been there...tough. believe me. she's quite the traveler as well). So of course, I choose the place I have always ...
... texting and enjoy the awesomess [sic] of this place. Cheers!"... She nods sideways to a very smiley, rotund woman who is raising her glass to me so I raise her mine and down it in one. Obviously, the only right thing to do in this situation is to find out what the hell it was (it turns out to be a "fireball" - some very spicy, cinnamon bourbon) and sending one back her way. Cheers!
Anyway. Awesome place, Nashville. Little Rock, Arkansas, here we come.
... to the firecracker salmon, avocado egg rolls and Buffalo Blasts which followed. Every mouthful burst with flavour, texture and colour and we even got actual cutlery and crockery to go with it.
We had been warned the portions were big but what a huge understatement that was - each dish could have satisfied a large elephant! It was the first time really we had been confronted with the massive portion sizes we had been warned about - eating mainly in bars where ...
... the cars weren't too fancy and we only say one farm that had any animals on it (horses).
We will skip the Lynchburg tour of the Jack Daniels Distillery for the Jim Beam Distillery on the way to Louisville tomorrow instead. Races start at 6:00pm on a Saturday. This is a promotion the track is trying out. 3 Saturday Night Races in June. The first one drew 23,000 people. Yikes!