Meadow View Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to their own lift to go to wherever they sleep for the night. Bizarre, but true. We explored Beale Street and then retreated back to our hotel to recover form the 35 degree heat. Went back to Beale Street about seven and it was totally crowded and buzzing. The Tennessee Hot Rod Association had taken over the street with their classic cars. We went to the B.B. King Blues Club to see if we could get beer, live music and dinner. After a 45 minute wait at the Bar a table became ...
... the Gibson Guitar factory, and the purchasing of a very cool hat in Schwabs, I wore her down, gentle reader, I wore her down.Having successfully changed my tasteful Jailhouse Rock Hawaiian shirt from a 3xl to a 2 Xl I am now officially ready to cut a dash on Beale Street tonight . Mmmm mmm mm! We also had a great lunch in the Kings Palace cafe . Voodoo chicken and cat fish po boy. Yummy. We hooked up either our traveling companions at the ...
... the various exhibits there. They had his old cars on show, his outfits, videos of shows, but the most impressive of all, his two airplanes! One smaller one for his staff, which flew ahead of the larger one, Lisa Marie, which was for Elvis and friends. Getting to walk on this plane, and see how it was decorated inside was pretty amazing, and I never realised it was part of Graceland. The whole tour and exhibits were amazing and really exceeded my expectations ...
... So, we weren’t allowed a taste test on the free tour, but smelling it nearly did the same thing! The tour was excellent, and it’s made using a natural spring and such traditional methods that they almost convinced me it is good for you! We couldn’t believe that every single bottle of Jack’s sold in the world is made here at the distillery in Lynchburg. We were very impressed at that.
Back on the road driving towards Memphis we took ...
... Soul Burger and chips. I met a old timer there named Myron who offered to show me around. We traipsed around the National Civil Rights Museum area, then to the Blues Foundation, all the while he was filling me in on the history of the area, MLK assassination, the blues, and other stuff. It was great but I'm a bit suspicious in these situations, especially when the guy says he's never been married and has no kids. I kept waiting for him to put the moves on me so ...