Four Points By Sheraton Memphis-Southwind
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As I said in the last post, we decided it's time to go home. Today was our longest drive - 532 miles. The first day was the second longest - 309. I think the first 300 miles is just getting out of town! The rest of the days the longest was 285 miles. Our total trip was 3,515 miles or 5,657 KM.
We were really really lucky with weather. Only the ...
... He oozed service. No not in that awful American sugar coated over the top way. He was just right. A Mustang. You know what I'd do. I'd take her sister home and bang her... Come with me. We walked outside and there was my bride's sister. Check out the ass on that. The skirt was cut short, and raised and it looked like it could jump the parking gate and gallop home laughing. Bright F**k you yellow, and the keys were warm. He gave me a smile Stevie wonder has but has ...
... we had lunch at the diner across the car park. We found that every Wednesday night is bike night in Beale Street with around 500 bikes taking over the street. Beale Street is only 2-3 blocks and it is barricaded off and only bikes can enter. There is literally thousands of people in the street, every second shop is a bar/restaurant with bands and singers doing their stuff, working for tips only. There is a constant rumble of bikes along side the thumping ...
... truth of of this movement. Being here was bringing to mind a lot of things I had heard and not understood, but now I hear differently and can visualize what I hear and see pertaining to the Civil Rights Movement.
We had dinner at the famous B B Kings Restaurant. A wonderful live entertainment with songs from the oldies but goodies. Many of the persons on our bus got up to dance. It was a good fun evening.
... hours in the air con in our room, it was time to indulge in some more of this awesome Southern food and great wine at Tug's. This time I had the steak with southern potato and Dave had the chicken. I had the Key Lime pie again for dessert and Dave had the Mississippi mud cake again. Instead of a glass of wine, we order a bottle as it was so nice the night before. After dinner we spent some time on the banks of the Mississippi and watched the sun set and then ...