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Today we leave New Orleans; it's been a really fun city to visit. There are not many places we stay for three consecutive nights and I'm really glad this was one of them. Yes, it was my birthday weekend so of course that made it extra fun, but I really loved this city - the energy of the French Quarter, the historic neighborhoods & architecture, music scene and deep heritage, vintage streetcars, and delicious food - it just had it all!! Today is mainly just a ...
... we'd done the big ticket items yesterday this was really just our day for exploring. So we let ourselves have a bit of a sleep in then headed out for lunch. I've been craving a chicken salad sandwich so bad and when I saw they had chicken sandwich on the menu at the place we went for lunch I was stoked! Unfortunately it came out huge fried pieces of chicken between two bits of oil soaked bread...only in America! Courtney's meal was nice ...
... upstairs in the bathroom. That may be one reason they don’t want people up there. It seems I have heard other stories as to why, but I don’t remember what they were.
After the inside of the house was fully viewed, we moved outside and under the carport where Elvis kept all of his cars and motorcycles. I was surprised to know that he didn’t have a garage to keep them in. In one interview that was playing on a video monitor ...
... futile attempt to find anything else worth seeing in Memphis. The Peabody Hotel was worth seeing for its classic lobby and lounge, complete with a fountain in the centre and the famous Peabody Hotel ducks… about four mallards that live in the fountain permanently Twice a day they do a famous duck parade from their roost upstairs to hang out at the fountain most of the day. We didn't see the parade.
We did walk a couple ...
... beautiful, well designed with a mixture of well established large trees and flowers and cottage plants. Also worth a visit.
While we have been here Memphis has continued to baffle us. You see old photographs of the main streets where it seems to have been a thriving city, for example, in the 1950's. Yet so much now looks down at heel, many closed businesses, shops and boarded up buildings. There are large office towers near where we are staying but you never ...