West End Lodge
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... NOT eat there again for the sheer fact the darn flies drove me away..
I want to eat somewhere where they appreciate you and treat you with inside dining free of ...
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(Reverse): His father, John W. Work II, composer of the Fisk alma mater, "The Gold and Blue," was known as the rescuer and preservationist of Negro religious music. Work II's book, Folk Songs of the American Negro, was one of the first extensive studies on the origin and development of ...
... that there's no choice when we really need to be somewhere, than to drive all day. This is when the Walmart stops are so great. We're really good at them now - we have an App that tells which of these stores allows overnight parking; we show up, put out one slide, hire a movie from Red Box - always situated in Walmart and costing $1.20 per night for an up-to-date film, eat, sleep and up and continue the ...
... night, we rented a tent in someone's backyard! When we arrived to this persons backyard, it was full of tents. In fact our arrival meant the owner had to buy another tent. At least with a new tent, it was waterproof. Five tents and five couples camping in a dodgy neighbourhood with a makeshift shower and bathroom facilities, next to the chickens. I have to say, it was all kinds of weird but it was an experience. The last experience, from our RoadTrip across America.
... a comfortable warm setting.
We weren't far from Opryland, the home of the Grand Ole Opry since 1974. We didn't want to miss an opportunity to at least see what was there - shopping and resort. There was a beautiful lighted Christmas display on the grounds (glad it was dark when we got there). During the Christmas season, there is a popular holiday show. During that time, the Grand Ole Opry has shows at the Ryman ...
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