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Travel Blogs from Memphis
... first look at the mighty Mississippi. Then we took the streetcar all the way back down Main and in a lop round by the river. We got off at Beale and headed on down to see what the girls would make of it all. At the top of Beale obviously the girls had to meet the King!
Then we headed to the courtyard outside of Silky Sullivan's to take in some blues and have a cooling drink. The girls were hungry so we ate some loaded nachos and boiled shrimp.
Memphis TN, before we got here everyone we talked to asked just why we would bother visiting. Well considering the initial plan was Louisville, Memphis and Nashville (Louisville & Nashville was scrapped due to train times) I think one supposedly 'random' town to break up the City of New Orleans train is not a bad idea. Memphis is interesting to me, the music the culture, Graceland. I wanted to see this, and decided on dragging Nicole with me. We arrived ...
After a brief rest in the room, I gallantly did one of the things ...
... We decided we wanted some real Memphis food so went to Silky Sullivans and had some barbequed shrimp. Very good!!! It was interesting but to be honest I liked downtown Nashville better. We felt a little overcome by the rowdy crowd.
Tomorrow we are going to tour Graceland, Sun Studios, and check out the ducks at the Peabody Hotel. If we can find the time, we will go to the Civil Rights Museum. ...
... br> At around 5pm, we headed back to the train station, stopping off at a convenience store on the way to pick up supplies. The train station had wifi, so I managed to catch a hold of the Heals and speak to them for the first time in our trip via FaceTime, and we also had a lovely chat with the ever-wonderful Gellie. Lovely!
It was actually quite exhausting sitting doing nothing (for some ...
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