Value Place Nashville, Tennessee (Lebanon)
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... in an advertised 60 seconds. The pizzas were incredible. We ordered the Capricciosa (mushroom, artichoke, prosciutto, garlic and buffalo mozzarella) and the San Gennaro (sausage, peppadew, garlic, caramelized onions and buffalo mozzarella). The vegetables were fresh, the prosciutto was cured perfectly creating a deep concentrated flavor, the mozzarella was soft but dense, the sausage had the just the right balance of sweet and spicey and ...
... sexual equality has not yet quite infiltrated US culture as the ladies pairs are all around the $300-400 mark (remember this is for 3 pairs ladies) whereas the mens start at around $1,200 per pair.....don't worry Stevie your Converse have served you well and look just fine! Add to the boots the handbags, shirts, shorts and everything else in the shops that you just can't get at home and it's a good job it's my birthday on Monday and I have the Amex!
Tuesday 21st May - Saturday 25th May 2013
So yes, Nashville is my favourite city in the US so far by some distance. If you're Facebook friends with me you’ll have seen that I’ve been waxing lyrical about the place, but I suppose I’ll attempt to explain why I fell in love with it. I guess it’s just my kind of city; not too big, very laid back, very creative, lots ...
... to see what Alan thought of it. He liked it but thought it was completely OTT. You really don't need all that in your hotel plus it takes forever to get anywhere. We got completely lost in there more than once! The hotel is next to the Grand Ole Opry where Cash and Carter performed. They are celebrating their 87th birthday so there was a little concert going on outside. We had a lovely lunch at TGIs in the very very busy Opry Mills. TGIs is our favourite place ...
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.