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... in the world. When will we ever learn???? For dinner we went to the ************ Beale Street. I hate to say this, but it was the worse run Hard. rock we have ever been in. They were slow seating us, and we were the only ones waiting! The service was also slow and poor. The only bright spot was in the store. I had trouble printing out my coupon. It came out blank, but the young lady behind the counter was able to help me print it out correctly. I bought two ...
... hit the buffet, the female seems to have her wits about her slightly more than her husband. Once they get their food and drink the Old bloke shuffles over to table with his wife goes to sit down at the table and spills his half gallon cup of Pepsi everywhere. With out batting an eyelid, he continues to shuffle along to the next table and sits down to eat his chicken. Eventually his wife knowing full well her shuffling husband won't clean it up she decides to ...
Back to the motel to drop off our many purchases and then Steve and I headed off to the Civil Rights Museum, while John and Jenni went to the Mud Island Museum. The Civil Rights Museum was well put together even though it was going through renovations.
It was lovely to spend a few hours on our own. Had a lovely time in Memphis, one of my favourite places in America.
... blues rock show as it came highly recommended.
As soon as we arrived Zach got on the dance floor and started to play his new 'guitar' in front of the stage, the band hadn't even started yet so I guess that made him their warm up entertainment. When the Will Tucker Band came on he was a little shy for the first song but then literally played the fly swat guitar the whole set much to the amusement of the band and those standing near the stage. The only ...
... to check it out and had a view of Memphis :). As we walked out of the hotel we saw a horse and carriage so decided to go on a tour it went for about 40 mins she gave us tips and told us a lot of history about the city. We got dropped off back at the Peabody and walked back to our hotel where we met some of the other to go to the gospel church. The walk to the church was really sketchy we walked through suburbs which looked really dodgy and police told us if we went the ...