Chattanooga Cheap Eats, Part 2

19 11 2007

Day 2 in Chattanooga found us at Rock City. Yes, we “saw Rock City.” No, we didn’t see all seven states. We did however see lots of gnomes. If anyone from Amazing Race frequents this blog here is a challenge idea for you: send the teams to Rock Cityand have them find a Travelocity gnome hidden amongst all the other gnomes. Then, you could have them drive to Nashville and I could be the guy standing by Phil that says, “Welcome to Nashville!” But I digress. . . .
After making our way through all the tunnels, caves and “Fat Man” passes, we had worked up an appetite so we decided Read the rest of this entry »

Hunting for Cheap Eats in Huntsville

4 09 2007

To celebrate Labor Day, or the fact that our whole family had a day off together, we ventured south from Nashville to Huntsville. While the main reason was to see the U.S. Space & Rocket Museum, we were also on the the trail of some new cheap eats. After a laborious online search, I found Read the rest of this entry »

Lambert’s Cafe

6 12 2006

This month we venture further afield. For all you folks from the frozen north I have a wonderful secret for you—just a couple hours south on Interstate 55 is the South (not just south but the South). For some this may be like doing a cross-cultural module if you go any further south than Perry County. Well, it’s time to break out of your sheltered existence and go to the land of cotton, kudzu, rusty appliances, and throwed roles. “Throwed roles, what are those?” Read the rest of this entry »