Four Points By Sheraton Memphis-Southwind
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Left Nashville on a Greyhound bus and ended up in a Memphis today; an extremely uneventful trip through some very hick towns which included a baloney and cheese sandwich at Jackson, Tennessee...the dodgiest town I've ever seen. Once in Memphis though we were very happy to see we had booked the most beautiful accommodation, the iconic Peabody Hotel where we got to see the famous march of the ducks immediately after checking in. ...
... asking what appears to be the officer problem ( I didn't do that but wanted to) he let me off after realising we were English and just had a big chat with us about his English heritage- top guy. Arriving in Memphis slightly blue (no joke intended) about Alex's wallet and the difficulty it would cause we went out to Beale street however we were a bit disappointed ...
... chicken is only a tiny bit spicy. Good coleslaw. Desserts--coconut cream pie (excellent), sweet potato (not very sweet; wouldn't get again), and Jamaican Me Crazy brownie (really dark chocolate lovers delight). Nice to have a break from the barbeque (only my opinion).
Rendezvous--Lucky to get ...
...like a national guitar (apologies to Paul Simon) and we're in Memphis, and we're going to Graceland - more on that later. First impressions on a warm sunny Saturday - where are all the people? We walked down the mall where trolley cars trundle up and down, reintroduced in 1993, after last running in 1947, and it was deserted. There are quite a few ex-Melbourne trams. Found a place for lunch where they were very happy to have customers. Seems very strange. We found the ...
... evening doing
a pub crawl down Beale Street listening to music. In New Orleans it's Jazz, here it's blues. Some great
musicians!! Caught the last train back to the car and managed our way
back to our Arkansas campground. The roads and signage doesn't make it
easy so we saw a lot more of Arkansas than we thought!