Baymont Inn & Suites Memphis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in by the droves. There were several hundred of them lining the street for two blocks. A third block was also blocked off for them but it had not yet filled up. Music came from the many venues on the street and people were walking the sidewalks while the drinking establishments hocked cheap beer. The further from the action the cheaper the beer got.
Harley was once again the attention magnet. Guys and girls alike stopped to spend some time with ...
... green tomatoes were sampled, which is how I plan to use my greenhouse tomatoes which won't ripen in future.
Memphis at night was fun, live music everywhere including James Brown style 70s funk , rockabilly, and lots of blues. Too many decisions to make.
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... A few of us soon decided to move on and see what else was on offer for us. We found a quiet little bar that had a two man band, but these guys were no way near as impressive as the first bar. So after a quick drink we moved on again. We finally made it to this extremely quirky bar. With singles posted all over the walls signed by various people. The band was on a break but it was definitely worth the wait by the time they started playing. They reinterred the bar playing oh ...
... have been luxurious back in its day, with gold-flecked bathroom sinks etc, but it looked so dark and dated now. I found it interesting that they made almost no mention of his drug use, except a single line at the end saying he died at 42 due to health complications from prescription drug abuse. There was also no photos, footage or mention of his massive weight gain or his health in the later years.
Next we drove to the Civil Rights ...