Comfort Inn Olive Branch
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Well, I have talked myself into blogging and I hope I have talked you into enjoying it.
Please feel free to comment so I know someone is reading it! You may criticize helpfully and I will appreciate that. Amy, jump all over me if I get carried away. Bob and Lana, your suggestions are welcome. (Bob is our neighbor, friend and my blogging guru and he introduced me to Travelpod.)
Next blog will be when we are on our way.
... at a convention for "National combined womens' clubs". They do all sorts of educational and charitable works. Went to the Peabody hotel to see the duck parade but couldn't see anything over the top of the huge crowd. Walked along to the famous Beale Street and enjoyed the lively ambience. We ate at the Hard Rock Cafe then waited for dark to take photos of the lights. In the meantime there was a marathon going past ...
... a welcome change from **** beer in plastic cups. 22.33 After some time to freshen up we made our way to Flight. Flight is one of the top 100 restaraunts in the USA. Flight is very expensive but hugely lovely. Their speciality is doing little trios of starters and entrees and puddings and also trios of wines. Sensational food, if slightly formally presented. We all noted the extreme contrast with Clarksdale where ...
... we were onto Memphis. It was a bit of a rush as we got to the hotel. We went to Memphis Redbirds baseball match against Nashville with a buffet and a bud light keg which was pretty cool until the storm started. We went back to get changed before heading out to Beale St. Live music in Silky O'Sullivans and then Coyote ...
The competition was Thurs-Sat (free to get in from 11-1 except Sat). We went on Thursday, and on Friday, three other family members arrived and went with us.
Parked on street and walked along the bluff next to the beautiful homes and views of Mississippi.
The festival is huge--240 contestants' tents set up in the park along the river with unique decorations ...