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Cracker Barrel To Start Off The Day In Las Vegas

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST IN LAS VEGAS...

It is the Big Man's turn to have his comfort food on this new morning.  He suggested going to Cracker Barrel to have a good hearty breakfast.  No one has the heart to turn him down after the two meals of Asian food the day before. 

Anyway, I like going to Cracker Barrel... not so much for the food, they taste all pretty much the same to me but because of their nice mini shop at the entrance.  The stuff they sell at the shop are pretty unique... and I don't know why I ended up buying $100 over products from there.  That includes getting a 6x6 feet of quilt!!  Now I am wondering why on earth I bought that!  Regret... regret.. so heavy and it occupies nearly half of my luggage... sigh... don't ever do things on impulse! 

Alright, don't cry over spilled milk.... ladies, don't be like me... think first before getting stuff we don't really need...I think I would be wiser after this... LOL...
Cracker Barrel at its prime time... 
The deco on the table....
My small portion of breakfast... 
Eggs well done...
Some prefer this...
And this...
Followed by pancakes...
Biscuits and cream to go along....
Fresh apple pudding with porridge.... 
Our breakfast on a sunny day in Las Vegas...

Comments

  1. Love the table lamps. Guess they lit them up at night.

    Lol. I usually think before I buy something. Money is hard to earn and some more I dont work so I try not to spend unnecessarily.

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  2. Cracker Barrel will let you return things, and give you your money back. We have done this before. We really like this place, and they have the best pancakes.

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  3. I like this breakfast and I like eggs well done too. so yummy! ya, like Ginny says, perhaps you can return the quilt.

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  4. I am eyeing the rosti potato, slurps! I like the table lamps too, look so exotic and romantic. I am more of a conservative shopper, I try not to buy things on impulse. I think twice before buying something.

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  5. Ya lah, must give the boss a chance to eat his type of food. LOL!

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