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... font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">The price is okay, I guess..Four dollars $4 for a package of popcorn. They have many flavors to choose from. I always lean towards the cheesy popcorn or the sweet popcorn like caramel corn. But, lately I have been enjoying spicy hot and cheesy flavors mixed together.
... maple blocks and set fire to them, then crush the resulting charcoal into smaller pieces. We were also shown the spring which supplies the water for the whisky, and is the whole reason the distillery is located in Lynchburg in the first place. The Jack Daniel’s company has bought out hundreds of acres of land around the spring to ensure that it is never contaminated, as the world’s supply of JD is distilled at this one site. Laura kept refusing to believe that ...
... afternoon sky.
Saturday night we headed downtown to Broadway Street for some music. Our first stop was Robert’s to meet Rory and catch The Don Kelley Band. The band was good but the guitar player was great. He was only 18 so during set breaks he had to wait outside but when he was on stage he absolutely killed it. After Robert’s we ventured up and down Broadway stopping in a few different bars stopping to check out the seemingly ...
... which was voted the #5 best place to have breakfast in all of America. http://www.lovelesscafe.com/
Started in the 1950’s from a house to feed passing travellers it is now a hugely popular restaurant and a bit of a tourist site. We arrived at 8:30am to a 30 minute wait on tables so Chris went and got the RV serviced while Zach and I waited. They are famous for their biscuits (like an unsweetened scone) & gravy and smoked meats. They had a whole ...
... town. Yep, as you may have guessed, I completely cocked up when booking our hotel. I mixed up the locations of two hotels I was looking t booking, one in Opryland about 9 miles out of Downtown and another which was just across the Cumberland River, reportedly a $7 cab ride into town. Suffice to say, I thought the two were rather close but when we got there and were told we were either a $10 per person return shuttle bus or a $27 one way taxi ride away, I knew I'd ...
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