Baymont Inn & Suites Memphis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... faucet and sink!!
While in our saturated Elvis state we decided trying Elvis' favourite fried peanut butter and banana sandwich was in order and it was delicious, as were the chilli fries we shared...I think I mentioned in yesterdays post that Memphis was the beginning of the end of containing our waistlines.
As we had such little time in Memphis we also visited Sun Studio today which was incredible but for me Graceland overshadowed my Sun Studio experience ...
... and restautant. Beale Street is to Memphis what Bourbon is to New Orleans. Brash, neon and pumping with blues music, bars line the streets competing with one another with a huge array of artists. We opted for BB King’s based on the strength of reviews of not only the artist who was appearing, but on the reviews of the food! We opted for a plate of ribs which were coated in a spicy Tennessee sauce and were delicious. The artist was playing the music that ...
... being belted out. The southern comfort food was very prominent with fried pickles and iced tea. The only downer on our night was when we got back to our van it had been broken into and we ended up waiting for hours for the police to finish investigating. The mosquitoes had a feast. Luckily for me I hadn't left anything in the van but others lost wallets, passports, iPads and ...
... is also original for the acoustics. They still record there today. Some artists have been U2, Def Leppard, Chris Isaak and many more.
We checked into our hotel room and got changed. Tammy and I walked down to Beale St and had dinner at Blues City Cafe.
Then we just went up and down the street checking out the bars. There was live blues in every one. We spent the night ...
We spent about 3 hours touring the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. It was a very humbling experience. The museum is located at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. It just underwent a $36 million renovation and reopened last month.
Tomorrow we head home, 1600 miles in 3 days.