Comfort Suites I-240 East-Airport
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We got on the road this morning headed for Memphis. We made a few uninteresting stops at gas stations and what not for the essentials but our lunch stop was at a rest stop which was becoming the norm. While we were there, there was this adorable sausage puppy and we spoke in detail about our plans to kidnap it and keep it. The plan wasn't flawed in any way at all. :/ We continued driving and made it to our campsite in the early arvo. Our camp ground was called Graceland and all ...
... snipper. We stood in the very room where Luther King was staying (in the Lorraine Motel) and went onto the balcony where he was assignated, quite a strange experience.
After our afternoon of history we headed to Beale Street to check out the action and see what all the hype was about! Memphis is the self proclaimed BBQ capital of the states and its speciality is BBQ pork. After carefully selecting the resturant ...
... the reason why the international bbq festival in Memphis sucks.
So, our Nashville buddy Ozzy Mark, J and myself all went in to Memphis last night and thought that we'd lucked out big time by stumbling in to the city during a huge food festival. We were led to believe by the event website that the $9 entry fee would provide us with a couple of hours of free samples and good banter from the world's best bbq cooks. While this may well have been the case during the day, I don't know, ...
... Beale street and started walking up the street, but stopped at a shop
that was selling souvenirs, picked up a few things including an
umbrella. I left that shop and continued walking, but by now the rain
had developed into a storm, so i took shelter at a place called the
flying saucer. This was a bar, but it had a variety of beers, so i
had a few drinks with lunch, then by the time i had finished, the
rain had stopped enough that it was possible to leave. ...
... 3 mile, the history from the ship's guide was very interesting and entertaining. From the founding of the City and yellow fever plaques to the USA's worst maritime disaster on the SS Sultana.
Chris was enjoying it all immensely and Zach had found a new buddy to play with on the stairs of the boat outside, a 6 year old African American kid who was part of 70 people plus group. It asked the boy's mother and ...