Meadow View Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... shock as one of the doors is boarded up - luckily we realise this was the back entrance. Moses drops us around at the entrance and says Amen before we get out - think he thankful this trip is over - he now has to turnaround and head back to Memphis. We check-in and as the room is not ready - not sure if it will ever be as it is under construction - we leave our ports in a room which looks out onto the street - from the footpath it ...
... highway exit u-turn because I thought I was smarter than my phone. Siri kept telling me to exit but I overruled thinking there would be an easy connection of two major highways just north of Birmingham. When we saw half finished elevated cross-overs, giant cranes and lots of orange construction barrels, I knew my map had lead me astray. G-ma, who likes to chide me for my lack of confidence in her GPS navigating system ...
... you down :P The pool room, and jungle room in particular are hideous haha. You only get to see the downstairs and the out buildings. There is a part of the audio tour that points out that Lisa Marie and her family still eat dinner at the dining table when she's in town. Seems strange to still use a house that is essentially a museum and thousands of people troop through on a daily basis. Plus, the decor is ...
... in history and culture, you could just imagine how it would be in the 50s. Was awesome to see the famous lanksy bothers shop were Elvis got his famous togs from. They seem to be in a bit of a time warp on Beale street but I totally love it. After a quick mooch round A Schwabs and taters red we chilled out on the Elvis Presley plaza and ate our lunch and soaked in our surroundings. After that it was onto the civil rights museum at the Lorraine motel made famous by ...
... View where sitting in a park strumming a guitar and singing with your friends is normal. In Flat Pickers Park, virtually everyday, or at numerous porches around town, one can see and hear more than a pinch of Irish and Scottish fiddle, African banjo, guitars, mandolins, dulcimers, autoharps and arguably the greatest instrument of all, the human voice. It's easy to listen and easy to join in. Mention to any yokel that you're a musician and you'll be invited to play a song. This happened ...