Super 8 Southaven
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... had heavy rain in spurts, downed branches, etc. We also stopped at a Krogers, Jean wanted lemons and a few other things. The storm had cooled the weather to the low 70s. When we got back to the B&B there were branches down, but he had moved them out to the highway to be picked up. We relaxed in the room, eating our Krispy Kreme donuts and watching TV and reading. The B&B was a little nosier now that all the room were full this ...
... for me today - as corny as it may seem to some people, I finally got to walk through the doors of the mansion that belonged to Elvis and just see a glimpse of ...
... of 100 or so tourists were quite fanatical and reminded us of the scenes seen in Hollywood with celebrities.
After that, we thought it would be rude not to have some BBQ at the best restaurant in Memphis. We decided to order a full rack of ribs and a pulled pork roll and were completely stuffed! Next we listened to "Louisiana Mojo Queen, Ms Zeno, and her Memphis Kings band" play some blues into the evening whilst indulging in a couple of cheeky lagers at a bar on Beale ...
Oh wow this is a crazy place. Elvis is singing and posted everywhere you turn. Had a fabulous day despite being a little tired.
The cab driver that approached us at Amtrak station in Memphis could have been called a bit sketchy, as he shoved our luggage in his trunk that was filled with his (daughter's laundry) and he told my brother the fare would probably be $28.00.
Bernard turned out to be a very informative tour guide. He brought us all around, taking an extra 15 ...
... famous Beale Street. This is supposedly where Blues and rock & roll music originates. Elvis himself grew up in these bars. We went to BB Kings Blues Club, had dinner and watched 2 great Blues/Soul/Country bands play. They were so great, Michael even bought a CD. We then walked down the 2 block pedestrian street, which was buzzing by this time. Memphis was a really fun place, with not only great nightlife, but really interesting historical sights ...