Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Memphis East
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... had a wonderful visit, along with a tour of their beautiful home. Quincey, their rat terrier, was very entertaining, and made us miss our Rose at home. Heading out a little after 2PM, we hit Memphis three hours later, checked into the historic Peabody Hotel. Time for dinner- Ribs at Rendezvous! A short walk to Beale Street, planning to return another ...
... And it messes up the crossword. Jock prints neater than his level of comprehension would suggest, Nonetheless I'm impressed at the progress he's made on this Jumbo puzzle. That's the wrong word, and that's spelt with and 'E' not an 'A". I say it with the authority of an English teacher. He looks at me twice and does his best to correct it. It's an ugly dark overwritten hard pressed letter. A blemish on a perfect crossword . A correction. An obvious mistake. Then I say, ...
... up for him on the tree, we headed out again this time for the main street in Memphis. We went in a couple of bars to experience the music, which was great and what Memphis is famous for after all! A lot of Elvis and Jonny Cash songs made for an enjoyable couple of hours. The morning after we had the full Graceland experience with an audio tour of his house along with seeing his cars and his planes. We ...
About half of the group went on the Graceland tour. The ticket booth opened at 10:00. Already a long line when we got there at 10:15; 45-minute wait before we could get in line for the shuttle. A high school choir from Kissimmee, Florida, was singing in the patio area so we listened to them for a while; really good.
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... Memphis is certainly all about music. Sun Studios is one must do if you have any interest in rock and roll. Started by Sam Phillips (who is now the subject of a new musical called Sons of Sun, partly created by Murray from the Wiggles - bit of info I picked up in a local free paper) it was the record company that first recorded Elvis and is seen as the birthplace of rock and roll. Here also were launched the careers of Johnny Cash, BB King, Howlin' Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, ...