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... to meet my Mustang!!! I could see activity on the Hertz rental desk, I could see a red and white AVIS uniform that had a button too many undone but it was 12:20am. I could see people at counters and I could see my own reflection walking in and the doors open and the lights on the Dollar counter are...OFF! You're f**king kidding me!!! This was the moment. When we get married. Me and the Mustang, and she'd left me at the alter, The B*tch! I would have fallen on one knee ...
... of the bands and blues and jazz singers. It truly is the most amazing place. You can take your drink into the street and stroll along taking in all the sights and sounds.
And let me tell you...there are plenty of sights to be seen!
We sampled beautiful tender bbq ribs, catfish and our first cup of Gumbo, which is a spicy broth like dish filled with seafood and rice. We took in the famous Duck March at The Peabody Hotel. The Peabody ...
Trolley Station has a large lot that is free. All-day trolley pass $3.50. This is definitely the way to do downtown (as long as you're not staying past midnight when they lock up the lot).
Took the River Trolley loop all the way around to see the ...
... the road in the building where the shot that killed King was fired from. Truly worth a visit to Memphis just to see this museum. You will learn so much.
A big surprise was the Dixon Gallery and gardens, the home of a wealthy plantation owner now converted to a gallery and garden. It had a small but excellent collection of Impressionist works and a really interesting temporary exhibition about the Memphis design movement which started in Italy in the 70's. The ...
... were so full. Tug's was absolutely packed as it is also open to the public not just the guests of the River Inn. We loved the southern hospitality and have fallen in love with the Memphis accent even more than the Nashville accent. We only had one full day in Memphis and you can't go to Memphis without seeing Graceland - the main reason we came. Nothing can describe the feeling of fulfilling a life long dream of walking through the house owned by Elvis - ...