Candlewood Suites Memphis
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... upstairs in the bathroom. That may be one reason they don’t want people up there. It seems I have heard other stories as to why, but I don’t remember what they were.
After the inside of the house was fully viewed, we moved outside and under the carport where Elvis kept all of his cars and motorcycles. I was surprised to know that he didn’t have a garage to keep them in. In one interview that was playing on a video monitor ...
The severe storm alert was just a bit of rain and and a few puddles the next morning. Our motorhome was still upright. But up north there had been an out of season tornado which flattened a town. Note to selves, in case of impending tornado, ditch the motorhome and run for the nearest brick building.
Last day in Memphis, visit to Graceland: brilliant tour of the Elvis's family home, gave a sense of the man and how he lived his life. Bought an Elvis cookbook.
Then to ...
... a half when we figure it has cooled down enough outside, we emerge to discover that every biker around the region has descended on Beale St, they must have some special event going on and the street is crazy with their roar. There are people everywhere now and the bikes are a sight to behold! They're all tricked up with the latest gear including LED lights and some seem to have stereo systems. Crazy!
The Rum Boogie Cafe has been recommended to us several times, so we find ...
... strip of land where countless blues musicians have stood and gathered since the days of the America's civil war, it just doesn't get any better for someone like me. In the early 1900s, the black people owned and ran this strip. One of the first anti-segregationist newspapers called "Free Speech" was based on Beale. The Beale Street Baptist Church, Tennessee's oldest surviving African American Church circa 1864, was also important in the early civil rights movement in Memphis. ...
... br> had done it for us, so we went back to our rooms with our bags.
Once in the room, i unpacked, did some sink washing, used the WiFi, then decided to go for a walk. By now it was sunny again, so i went down Beale street, took a few pictures, walked
around, did a bit of exploring then went to a grocery store, got some beer, went back to the hotel, repacked my bags, watched a movie, used the WiFi, then got ready for dinner.
The plan for dinner ...