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Travel Blogs from Memphis
November 30 – December 1, 2009
Our drive from Chickasaw State Park to Memphis took us along a beautiful secondary road through green rolling hills, farmlands and very small communities. It was a gentle introduction to western Tennessee and a very pleasant drive.
We entered the city not really knowing what to expect; we have …
Day 6 - Shaconage (otherwise known as the Great Smoky Mountains)
"Don't go chasing Waterfalls..."
Woke up with another 25 bed bug bite marks. My research into the merits of silk sleeping sheets was obviously a load of bollocks really. I suspect I am now the carrier of 2 rival bed bug gangs who
Use me as food to sustain their gang …
Woke up this morning and hit the road again at about 10:30am.
Drove across the Mississippi river and hit downtown Memphis where it seemed to be a little quiet after the weekend.
Decided to head down to Graceland to make sure it was not closed on either Mon or Tues incase we missed it tomorrow morning before leaving.
Since we were …
... on Beale Street. We didn’t sample this nightlife as we visited during the day, where it was rather quiet. Perhaps they were nursing hangovers from the night before, with venues open until 3am.
One quote that we read really stood out to us - "It's not about black or white - it's about the blues"
Since we were ...
... and I learned more about my cousin & family and life in Memphis. As for the BBQ... it was just alright in my opinion.
After dinner, they drove us to the National Civil Rights Museum which is housed in the former Lorraine Motel - the site where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was assassinated on April 4, 1968. We arrived well after closing time of the museum but it was moving to visit and take pictures outside of the motel site which was ...