Value Place Nashville, Tennessee (Lebanon)
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... around $400 per pair, we had a mess about in the shop anyway. After the shop we took a walk to a bar called Tootsies which played country music, on our way into the bar the woman singer was stood on the bar to the left while the band were opposite on the stage, a few live pub bands I've seen love to show off and walk about the bar and stuff while all you want is a drink. Headed up to the back bar and another band started who had a fiddler, they started playing a song and the guy in ...
... isolated but fun too! We headed back to the hotel for our yummy healthy dinners.
In the morning we enjoy breakfast which is included in the room price, well, as much as we can with this ginormous repair bill hanging over our heads, skype with some family and friends then find out we can get a bus into town. No more $30 taxis, it’s all about the $2 bus ride now. Woohoo. That at least made me happy!
We get to town and have a ...
... hooked up everything and then walked 2 miles to a steak restaurant we had seen on the way into the park. We didn't realize it was that far but the night was warm and we were accompanied by a crescent moon and a bright Venus so we enjoyed the walk. Well, the walk back to the camp was invigorating as we dodged cars on the frontage road and managed to stay out of the ditch. Jens had a rib eye steak and I had ...
We left Arkadelphia and made it to West Memphis for lunch at none other than Cracker Barrel for lunch. Once inside I felt like I never left home. We drove to Jackson, TN and stopped for a bit at Casey Jones "village". Browsed the old country store while Bobby picked a few up a few things. Then we hit the road to Lebanon in order to spend the night.
... off in the air conditioning and getting ready to hit Famous Beale Street tonight. Everyone down south is so friendly. Have met many nice people so far.
Took the advice of many and went to the Rendezvous for ribs last night.YUMMY! The restaurant is in an alley and looks like a dive from the outside. Inside it has the vibes of an old fashion warehouse--worn wooden floors, exposed ceilings, old junk and ...