Four Points By Sheraton Memphis-Southwind
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We enjoyed a true soul food meal at the Four Way Grill where Martin Luther King Jr. ate his final meal. The restaurant opened in 1946 and has been serving classic soul food ever since. We
enjoyed catfish, chicken, cabbage, green beans, and what I think is some of the
best macaroni & cheese I’ve ever had. The current owner Mr. Willie Earl ...
... many people around. But we found the way they had set it up made for a enjoyable tour. You listen to an audio tour set up on a iPad with John Stamos narrating. In each room you can look at the iPad for more photos, videos and informations. I learnt that Elvis was a twin, with his brother being still born. They had a lot of his personal items and awards around but they then also have an warehouse (that we don't get to see) with even more. Upstairs of main house is also ...
... had a wonderful visit, along with a tour of their beautiful home. Quincey, their rat terrier, was very entertaining, and made us miss our Rose at home. Heading out a little after 2PM, we hit Memphis three hours later, checked into the historic Peabody Hotel. Time for dinner- Ribs at Rendezvous! A short walk to Beale Street, planning to return another ...
... is no buzzing sound. No green man. There's a raised hand. Wait... But no go. It only makes half sense. There are these blue buses that are natural. A natural bus. These often have environmentally free messages and did you know by using recycled paper we saved 42 million trees last year? Blue buses run on LPG. Natural Gas. Frack buses. Buses on crack, Buses on blow. LA. We'll walk thanks. When we got over walking we waved a cab down. Well not exactly. We jumped in his ...
... southern accent, and a proper southern belle. The woman serving behind the counter heard our accents and cried in her fabulous drawl, "Oh Mah Gowash, I ain't never met nobody who’s from where y’all are from!"
Loving the new accents, we got back in the car and drove towards Memphis. Despite problems with the Satnav, we managed to find our hotel and check in. Everything seemed fine so it was back in the car and a dash across town to find ...