Holiday Inn Express Oxford
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... re somewhere rather different than home!
We then switch buses and reach Clarksdale for dinner at Ground Zero. For those who had not been here before, the first look at Ground Zero is a bit surprising! Our on-bus musicians sing a guest song on the stage and make the most ever out of the one song they are given! I settle in for the night in my very own room and wait for the next day.
... who don't know me well, I am the crazy cat lady!
we had to feed them in the mornings too, and water of course!
People- my favourite person on this farm was Linden! she was my little ray of sunshine and hope! such a friendly, bubbly, great girl! I liked her instantly! she is the crazy farm girl! and I'm sure she wont mind me saying that! she works on lots of farms, and loves it! she called me fresh meat! and soon discovered that I wasn't really a ...
... And waited. Not that I was being passed over but because of the large queue and the time spent on each patron's haircut. A solid 25 minutes was spent primping and pruning each head so they would be flawless for their GQ photo shoot. Finally, I'm up and I settle into The Pamper Throne. But I don't think my rear had a chance to compress the foam padding before I'm done. Non-locals (or maybe it's just Yanks) don't seem to get the same attention to detail as ...
Alright, so this is my first time ever to do a blog type thing, let alone a travel blog. And it seems absolutely ridiculous to call it that now seeing as I'm sitting in my bedroom at home, but in a few days, my ass is hopping on a plane (more like 3 planes) and flying over to Edinburgh, Scotland. I know what you're thinking: "But Andy, you've already seen the movie Braveheart, what more could you learn by actually visiting Scotland?!" ...
... Cambridge, UK, on Wednesday, December 13, 2006. ********************************** Tuesday night Dr Dorothy and I joined the Shannon McNally Band at Proud Larry's down the alley from Two Stick as the opening act for Shannon's show. What a great band! Eric Deaton and Cary Hudson on guitars, Wallace Lester at the drums and the bass player whose name I can't call up now works across the street at Square Books. The music was terrific as anticipated and we ...