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... not my style.
I brought my new food to the table and typed up some notes on my phones memo pad. Back in the hotel room I brought out my computer and finished my two shows where I left off the night before. A few times I tried videotaping Jessica sleeping but my phone didn’t want to record the noise. This wasn’t done to make fun of her but to make her aware of her alien-like sleep issues. The squeaking was more of a teeth grinding, but I could ...
... Great location and located near Vanderbilt University.
The staff was very friendly on this early Saturday morning. I love this location and the ...
Sunday, May 18, 2014, Tony and I went walking around Nashville checking out some sights and we got hungry. It was about 1pm so we decided to go to our favorite Pizza place...Five Points Pizza. We love this restaurant.
Never had a bad meal here, never had bad service here and the prices are always awesome..Very Budget Friendly. Today the special pizzas were a Pepperoni with tomato sauce, feta cheese and spinach...and the veggie pizza was a ...
... stay in there for 5-7 years, depending on the taste, smell and colour when it’s tested. We also learned that the different drinks, such as the Single Barrel and Gentlemen Jack, come from different parts of the barrel house, such as up in the rafters, or on the bottom level. The guide said that a full barrel of the 'single barrel’ variety costs about $1200 to buy and that the distillery has to pay about $13 million in federal tax per barrel house. This was the end of ...
... On the way we stopped in the Everglades and went on those airboats. It's kind of like a whitewater rafting boat but with a large propeller. The everglades is 1.5million acres marshy land that is mostly under water and covered with tall grass. It was also full of alligators and birds that our airboat driver named Henry and Henretta? When we got back to the land, I was first in line to hold a baby 'gattor! He was a slimy sucker.
Back on track, we continued onto ...