Comfort Inn Memphis
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Navigating the streets of New Orleans was not as difficult as we had feared and we were soon on our way out of the city and onto the freeway. After around an hour and a half, our first port of call had to be breakfast - we were ravenous and knew we would need plenty of provisions for the long drive ahead. We pulled into a service station for breakfast and stocked up on enough junk food to last us for a couple of hours.
After another couple of hours ...
... quite early we headed for Sun Studios, the very studio that signed a young Elvis Presley. However, the cue was out of the door and there wasn´t any studio tours for a good few hours so we headed to the opposite end of town to the National Civil Rights Museum. Along with various exibitions and some fascinating facts regarding Americas struggle for equality over the years, it is the place where Martin Luther King was shot dead by ...
... importantly due to how much we enjoyed it, we ended up staying in silky O'Sullivan's pub. This is a huge place, mainly consisting of a huge outdoor terrace, complete with 2 separate bars (one of which also served directly to customers on Beale street) and a stage.
The band playing that night were incredible. Popular covers of songs, very wedding band like, but only much better and with a fearlessness for doing 'uncoverable' songs. They did bohemian rhapsody at the start of ...
... in Nashville a few days ago we walked down Broadway street where all of the clubs had their artists tuned way up and you could hear the music streaming out in the street. There were also many future country stars on the street playing their instruments for people to hear. This was a lot of fun to see and listen to.
I mention that because we assumed Beale Street in Memphis would be like Broadway ...
... just a change of driver. Me behind the wheel of a car, on the wrong side of the road and on the wrong side of the car, I think alan should of taken that prayer...lol. Nah I was fine or I thought I was, Alan said I was drifting a bit but its a whole different perspective sitting on the right side of the car . The trucks over here choke the roads and whilst they are meant to kept right which is the slower lane they don't and so that tends to ...