Studio Plus Deluxe Studios - Birmingham - Wildwood
Travel Blogs from Birmingham
... which people are drawn to. My first football game bewildered me with confusion as to where and what to look at. This game was a high school football match and had far more carnival atmosphere than some of the leading football games in Australia (I know a lot about this of course). To imagine that college games are even more of a festivity is hard to believe. The living costs are noticeably lower here than in Australia, with groceries much cheaper, fuel much cheaper ...
... Manager who insisted that we leave the bikes at the front door, for security. He invited us to an open bar and nibbles from 5-7 and then also gave us vouchers for dinner at the Seafood restaurant across the road with free entrée or dessert each.
Yes, with that many temptations we did partake and enjoyed the evening although all of us were shattered.
Tomorrow, we head to Knoxville via the Jack Daniels ...
... gold and brown.
You think of lands you journeyed through,
of paintings and a dress once worn
by a woman you never found again.
And suddenly you know: that was enough.
You rise and there appears before you
in all its longings and hesitations
the shape of what you ...
... bowl of spiced butter. Bibs all round, fingers, hands, more warm baguette to dip into that hot sauce, thank goodness it's only half portion. Excellent Sav to go with it too...four spoons, one serving of exquisite bread & butter pudding, I'm done. Drive back to hotel. 10:30, what do you think? Turn in, or take in a jazz bar? What do you think? Cab into French Quarter, Bourbon Street, the Royal Sonesta Hotel, Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse, the Glen David Andrews Band is ...
... a school and a church.
Finding somewhere nice for lunch was a bit challenging, as we didn’t quite know where was a nice area and where wasn’t to have a picnic, so we spent a fair amount of time driving around before heading back to the visitor center where there is a small park. We sat on a bench out of the sun beneath a tree for our picnic, bread, tuna, olives, sweet corn and salad (this has become a regular picnic lunch for us!). ...