Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Memphis-Wolfchase Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... will have someone to meet you at the airport when you arrive in Memphis. I had arrived but had this gut feeling they had gone home. Memphis is a huge airport say compared with Auckland. You could land a jet on the travelator between the baggage carousel and the rental car desks. I was standing on it with just my carry on as Jock waited for my main bag to appear, and I was walking. It was warm. I was flying. Elvis was playing over the sound systems. I was in Memphis, ...
... 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 ...
... worth seeing. Elevator to top--drizzling--didn't stay very long; not really great river views.
--Schwab Dry Goods Store with their eclectic mix of merchandise--fun to browse. Charming turn-of-the-century soda fountain along the entire side wall. Nice to sit and ...
... were a racial mix!!!!
Went back to hotel to go for a walk up Main Street and Beale Street. Main Street is pretty empty and looks like it is in decline, or maybe it's just off season.
Took in the Cotton Exchange museum, which was the main trading house for cotton around the world from Early 1800's to about 1980. At one time 75% of the worlds cotton went through the exchange...
Beale Street was created by ...
... back to the RV immediately and didn't really get to see Elvis's grave. The penalty of the previous late night. I helped calm Zach down and feed him until he went to sleep.
Chris encouraged me to go back to Graceland to finish all the exhibits including his 1968 Special exhibit which I loved as it was Elvis at his coolest in all black leather and the Blue Hawaii exhibit which I didn't care for.
I then hoped on the free shuttle bus to do the ...