Extended Stay America - Memphis - Poplar Avenue
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... apparently. His airplanes were insane, he bought a huge boeing plane for $150,000 and spent $700,000 kitting it out, there were four sections, living room, dining room, seating for friends and turned into a bed and his bedroom at the back with an ensuite. All of the clasps on the seat belts were pure gold. He didn't do anything half way! After the planes we went through the exhibits that have his cloaks and memorabilia from his movies, tours and childhood. When ...
... car and guess what - it was pouring down rain even harder than earlier! Imagine that... rain.... and I don't have my plastic Custer State Park rain poncho with me tonight. We walked down Beale Street. We are so used to this rain that we're not even running through this **** anymore. We were almost to our car when some crackhead with an umbrella started following us. Tyler says "Mom, we've picked up a follower"... so we ...
... of sides, fried chicken and catfish and even banana pudding, drinks (iced sweetened and unsweetened tea and lemonade) were also included in the set cost. It was a late breakfast/early lunch, but we really didn't need dinner when the time came. We did have dinner though, at Demo's. Which was also very good. N reckons it may not have been the best cut of steak he ever had, but it was the best cooked ...
Today i woke up at 7am, showered, dressed, went down to
breakfast, ate, then back to the room where i got ready for the day,
there was a bit of time before we left so i was able to get on the
wifi for a bit. I also uploaded a few pictures to Facebook. We meet
up at 9.30am, it was just starting to rain as we headed to Graceland.
I had decided not to bring an umbrella as the rain did not look like
staying and it was just sprinkles at the moment.
We drove to the Jack Daniel’s Distillery on the outskirts of town. It has been in the same location since the distillery was first started by Jack Daniel in the mid-1800s when he was a boy. It’s surrounded by beautiful countryside and the storage facilities are spread throughout the county. Funnily, it’s in a dry county – alcohol is not permitted to be sold or consumed in public, and it’s been that way ...