Four Points By Sheraton Memphis-Southwind
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... 3 years. They both love to travel a lot. They plan to visit Australia in 2016. Juliet and Ed bought this house in 2005.
Peter and I were feeling exhausted today. Thought we might as well take advantage of the wet weather and have a day of rest.
We went to Panera Bakery (a local chain restaurant) for lunch. Had Corn Chowder, Chicken Noodle Soup, sandwiches made with freshly cooked flatbread. Mmmm!
We then ...
So most of today was spent at the conference, but I did get out a bit in the morning to walk down the riverwalk to see the Pyramid. This is a giant glass pyramid, apparently originally built as a sports and entertainment venue. I guess a pyramid makes sense because this is Memphis on the Mississippi, resembling (in no way) Memphis on the Nile. The pyramid had some problems at the beginning, ...
... had about 16 tables in it - all full. So outside we stood. It was a warm day so we applied sunscreen and Don even wandered off and bought some water to keep our hydration levels up. The numbers dwindled down after we had been waiting a good hour, but there were still larger groups then us waiting. We were all hungry, hot and bothered. Some dark clouds started to roll in which added a nice level of stickiness to the ...
... food was delicious, the dessert even better and the wine was to die for. I had chicken with sundried tomato, camembert cheese and basil, with mashed potato and broccoli and Dave had steak with Southern potato (mashed potato with bacon and melted cheese) and broccoli. I had a glass of Sav Blanc and Dave had a Bud Light and for dessert I had key lime pie and Dave had Mississippi mud cake. We nearly had to roll back to our hotel ...
... t see the view. We spent the night at the very friendly Quality Inn in Tullahoma before heading to Lynchburg for the Jack Daniels distillery tour the day after. If you like Jack Daniels you'd love it, and if you don't like JD you'd love it anyway. Firstly, it's a free tour. And secondly, it's Jack Daniels! The distillery is in the picturesque town of Lynchburg which is in the dry county of Moore. This means that they officially can't sell you the alcohol, I'm happy to report ...