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... of time and headed back into town in the pouring rain to check out another couple of bars on Broadway. Tonight we stopped in at Tootsies where they had an awesome band playing. The bar was packed, the people were friendly so we settled in for a while. They had an awesome fiddler who has an attractive(hot chick most would say) lady who really was the star of the show.
Seeing it was mid week and raining things were pretty quiet. There were a few other ...
Lyndsay and I went to Pucketts again for breakfast. Today I had pulled pork, fried apples, sweet potato pancakes, home fries and an egg....so just a light bite! We headed round to Tootsies and watched a guy called Alex play, he was very funny. Did an awesome rendition of "I've been ...
... I thought it was like a country town.. No way, it's a big city, and very pretty.. We went to Chilli's for dinner tonight and on recommendation from sister Ness I was told to have the Baby back Ribs... OMG they were good, topped off with a 2 for 1 margarita offer... Nice!!!
Flying to Milwaukee tomorrow for two nights.. Should be great..
Sorry no photos tonight..l security was very tight and all photos are on the camera..
... were interesting. It is also home to one of the world's longest continual operating letterpress printing businesses known as Hatch Show Print. We stopped for lunch a nearby cafe and ordered a single serve of nachos that must've been the largest in the world, it rivalled my pizza at Madison for size and was way more than enough for two. After that, rather than see any other sights we decided to head back to our accommodation for a relaxing afternoon sipping wine on the ...
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When President Rutherford B. Hayes laid the cornerstone of the Customs House on September ...