8105 Moores Ln, Brentwood, TN 37027
I really enjoy my visit to this store. The owner is a really nice guy and let me try out all sorts of gear. They've got some great amps including some boutique builders that were reasonably priced. Their G&L guitar collection is outstanding, and I got to try a Nash strat for the first time, which was awesome. If you're in the Nashville area, I'd definitely take some time to drop in.
495 Miamisburg Centerville Rd, Dayton, OH 45459
I can say that I had a great experience visiting this store. The selection is a nice mix of old and new, with about half of the inventory comprised of nice new instruments like PRS &amp; Music Man, while the rest of the inventory being vintage and collectable. However, the vintage and collectable pieces are not the $5000-$20,000 unattainable by the average Joe type of instruments. I bought a great 1978 Ibanez Strat, which Tim set up to my liking and intonated for me before the purchase. Super nice guy to chat with as well. This is a great shop and a sure-thing if you want to kill and hour or two and play some cool instruments in the process.
Northlake Thai Cuisine
3939 Lavista Rd, Tucker, GA 30084
In my travels I've found there are two types of Thai restaurants: 1) cheap & adequate 2) elegant & outstanding. This restaurant leans closer to the second while still being reasonably priced. I got the free appetizer sampler that comes with each entree: the salad was tasty, the spring roll was crispy and the beef curry wonton was great. For my entree, I got the mango chicken and was very impressed. There were at least 10 slices of mango the size of my pinky in the dish and the chicken was deep fried to crispy perfection. The next time I'm in Tucker, I'm definitely coming back. Awesome.
Half Price Books
2025 S Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville, KY 40220
I can't speak to the previous review as I've never tried to sell them anything. They do have to resell whatever you bring in, so I don't see how anyone could expect to get too much for their merchandise. (Isn't that what Craigslist is for?) Anyway, I go here about once a month and hit the clearance CD rack. Usually I end up with 12-15 CDs for about $20. I'll also hit the magazine section before I take a long drive or flight somewhere. Grab a magazine for $.50 that's a couple months old vs. a new one that's on the rack for $5. Maybe you just need to go there to buy? Either way, this place works for me.
Fairfield Inn & Suites
221 Margie Dr, Warner Robins, GA 31088
Even though it's about 2 miles from the interstate, it's worth the extra couple of minutes to get there. Seems like it is relatively new. The pool was great and warm enough for the kids, even in late October. Breakfast was included and very good with plenty of variety. Very satisfied with my stay.