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.
... worse, when we realised….how we made such a mistake I’ll never know! We were still feeling guilty when we arrived back at the distillery for our tour; not to mention freezing! It was the coldest day we’d had so far, and most of the tour was outside, which didn’t help. However, the whole place smelled amazing! We were first shown where they make “ricks” to burn to create charcoal for the mellowing process – basically they just stack up piles ...
... we spent in a college town. UNCG or Greensboro, North Carolina. Abundance of BBQ, check. The sweaty idea of summer in the south, check. Hickey redneck accent, check! The main drag had promise and apparently there is a decent puck scene and music scene in general. We stayed in a nice house with a former regular of mine from the Barbary. Ashley is attending UNCG for nutrition and a vegan to boot.
... Justin took the boys for a bathroom break while Joanne hung out at the counter waiting for someone to take her money for the caramel corn.
Heading to our seats we were greeted by a very friendly older gentleman host that was showing us where to sit. When he found out that we were from Kansas City he started telling us a story about how he was almost deployed to the Korean War but was first sent to Kansas City. It had seemed that just the ...
... she told me, as we walked the grounds where the wisteria is just starting to bloom.
I haven’t been to Tootsies Orchid Lounge so far this trip; although I have visited it before. It’s properly defined as a Honky Tonk Bar, located back to back with the Ryman Auditorium; its orchid-colored front faces Broadway. It continues to attract the hoping-to-be-famous, the famous, and those who want to be where the famous have been; its walls are covered with autographed ...