Best Western West Memphis Inn
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... to make sure he did not go in the back and directly on the back seat of the truck, where the girls were already tightly packed with our snacks for the day and other travel paraphernalia. Down the road we went.
Forgot to mention that we did pick up 2 bottles of Wisers at the duty free on the way over, plus 2 bottles of Glenfidditch and 2 cartons of Players.
We drove 865 km the first day, and were to drive 572 km ...
... Big Yard" for today is the mighty Mississippi River. Our "Little House" is parked about 30 feet from its banks, the sun is shining nicely, and we can see barge traffic as it moves up and down the river. Tonight is our last night on the road if all goes as it should tomorrow. We are pleased with our stop for the night and hope that I-40 in Tennessee is better than what we were on for the last leg of our journey today.
We drove 389 miles today. Tricruiser, you should be VERY ...
... Plaza is a great hotel but the internet is lousy so will update this in Vicksburg.
We went out to dinner at Huey's - a very famous burger bar. Food was great and then an unbooke3d party of 75 walked in, so we left and headed to Beale Street. After a few drinks, checking out the stores and new entertainers from last night, we watched the fit young men doing back flips etc down the street, then back to the ...
Today we visited Mud Island where we took a much faster trip down the Mississippi River. They made a model of the Mississippi out of concrete that they made in molds.
After our tour we ate at a restaurant called TUGS, where I had the Tugboat special, meatloaf, which was very good. I ate all of my meal again!!!
We then came back and took siestas and tonight we played Monopoly. Mom won because she cheated. I'll have to challenge her to a rematch ...
... P.M. before we found a Starbuck's in Arkansas.
Pretty uneventful day -- Listened to books and drove, Ray doing ALL the driving again.
Getting to Memphis was interesting -- going over the Mississippi River on a cool bridge. Scenery was sure more green and lush. Saw a lot of roadkill along the way too, including what looked like an armadillo.