Sleep Inn & Suites Smyrna
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... some type of salad..it was yellow rice with black and red beans, Grilled chicken with roasted kernel corn, grilled onions and peppers, and tomatoes chopped up. It was different. I topped it off with two salsa, the pineapple rum and a fiery salsa. It was really good...I liked them both. I had soda to drink.
... Katy Chiu and friends had recommended a local fried chicken house for some authentic fried chicken. Hattie B's was delicious! We had three types of chicken - all delicious with varying degrees of hotness. The local Tennessee beers couldn't keep up with the chicken. Tried to listen to some music at local bars, but the U. of Tennessee basketball team was playing in the sweet sixteen and music wasn't playing until much later at night. Too late for us old folks . . ...
... guy on the front desk was dressed like Elvis – presumably dressing up is part of the St. Patrick ’s Day thing around here – and he got us all set up. The room itself is decorated in brown and mustard yellow and has guitar cushions….it’s totally bizarre, but at the same time, pretty cool. We settled down to bed after another long and tiring day, with another one to come tomorrow…we’re off to Kentucky in the morning to visit Mammoth Cave National Park! Deej ...
... with every pay check!!!! Did you know that the UK is the largest consumer of Jack Daniels by quite a lon way toot toot!! our favourite would have to be the new honey one, which we got recommended to keep in the freezer & pour over ice cream mmmmm!For dinner we headed to Hooters, another great American establishment ha then onto a pub crawl for some more live music - such good times, line dancing, drinking, ...
... another Urban Outfitters on the way back to the hostel (thankfully we managed to avoid spending any money this time) and made it with plenty of time before we were planning to leave for the Greyhound station.
Just after 3PM we left Caitlyn (it’ll only be for a few days) and took a taxi to the Greyhound station where we would eventually end up sitting for the next three hours in preparation for our 19 hour bus journey to Nashville. Good ...