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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beginning, though. Let me just say this, it was the very best barbeque anything I have ever allowed to pass over my taste buds. Words cannot convey just how good it was. There were some comparisons made to sex, but I better not go there because I don’t have a bell handy. (If you don’t get that last comment you better re-read the post from a couple days ago). I also told Cheryl that papa would be in heaven. He loves a good barbeque ...
... inner city Nashville for a look around. While walking around town, we though hmm it’s become rather windy, then oh a bit of rain, then ahhhhhh run for cover it’s pouring. After standing under a building’s eves, we heard a very loud siren, hmm what’s that for? We look into the restaurant behind us and see 'Tornado warning’ flashing across the TV screen. Wow we didn’t think we’d get to experience that here. We decided to make ...
So my first experience of The Greyhound was a peculiar one. Some weirdo pushed my bag through the weigh scale to the other side and all the staff went on lockdown and hid in there offices and the shouted at me when I asked to get my bag. After 30mins of waiting very patiently (very patiently as I'm not a very patient person!) someone retrieved my bag and I didn't have to pay the extra weight fee! Happy days, to be fare I would have rather paid ...
... story twice in 5 minutes. She loved animals and was married to a guy who made bows and arrows and then loved to use them to kill animals. "What can you do?" she wondered. I suppose when you are born and raised in Mountain View and have never left it by her age (around 50) not a lot. She protected skunks, ran the shop and kept friends who had hearts bigger than Texas. After having the best strawberry malted milkshake at a genuine Soda Fountain shop named "Woods" we stopped in at ...
... So, I walked over to Beale St, then along the Mississippi River. Beale St is pretty quiet in the morning!
Memphis is wonderfully walkable and easy to navigate, though the downtown is very different in what is contained within it than at home. It's odd to me to not have tons of places to eat, get coffee, and buy sundries. Here, there are different areas for different things, it feels more scattered. ...