Candlewood Suites Memphis
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... I sorted my bag out and Ross fell asleep again! It rained for about an hour or so which was needed! Alrhough this evening it was chilly, that's the first Time this trip I have felt chilly outdoors. Beale street was packed!! I understand why they have barriers stopping people from driving through and they have around 5-6 police cars on every block. Makes you feel safe but at the same time it makes you wonder, why?! The music was bouncing again and the buskers were on ...
... over the years. It has a great vibe and there is loads to see and do, however, like New Orleans it is a city riddled with violence and crime and it is still trying to come to grips with its many complex social issues. It is not a wealthy place and it was the dirtiest city we visited, it almost seemed a bit neglected and this is a great shame as it is a city of great importance in Americas recent history and cultural struggles.
... It had lots of artifacts and letters.
After the museum, we went for a walk to kill some time before heading out to the Grand Ole Opry. No one I had heard of was playing, but still bloody amazing. Again, we got excellent seats. In fact we were sat just behind the Opry's most loyal fan. He had been attending the Opry every Saturday night for 42 years. So cool. Everyone performing gave him a nod. ...
... the rain getting heavier, so we took a few pictures
of the motel itself and a few signs, then got back on the coach. Our
next stop was the final drop off for the day, it was the rock and
soul museum, which was an optional. The museum was OK, but it was not
great, there could have been more to it, but it did not take long to
When we left the museum, it was very wet, i had to run
across a very wet road to get to shelter on the other side, i ...
... music, many of them being migrants from the cotton fields and other rural areas.
We stopped for a beer in another empty bar on Beale Street, then went to a corner café for some food. The service was surprisingly average so we gave only a very small tip. Justin ordered hot tamales because we didn’t know what they were – I don’t know if this place was just bad, or if tamales are not to our taste, but they were gross. Didn’t even eat them all. Back to ...