Comfort Suites I-240 East-Airport
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... s right this hotel has live ducks that swim in the lobby fountain for the most part of the day. They are tame and marched down in the elevator at 1030 every morning by the duck conductor and along a red carpet to the lobby fountain. Then at 5pm in the afternoon (everyday) the guests can hear the story of the Peabody Ducks and watch them waddle out of the fountain, along the red carpet and back up the elevator to their duck ...
... quiet it was and didn't stay out that long. The next day we went to the MLK civil rights museum (located at the place of his death) which was fantastic as it portrayed Americas truly harrowing race related history both before and after the emancipation proclamation. Definitely a must if you go to Memphis. We then checked out Graceland before heading on to ...
... for our large group; the staff was so accommodating. Great sausage, ribs just ok--not very juicy or meaty; pulled pork good; slaw vinegar based, which we don't care for; beans ok.
Blues City Cafe--excellent ribs; half the group went here.
... Hotel, plenty of people there, and had a drink to keep the ducks and the duck master company in the beautiful hotel foyer. The guys bought T-shirts in Lanskys - clothier to the King.
Chris and Richard headed back to the hotel so Clive and I headed down to the river and discovered where all the people were - at a huge music festival - happens every May. As does the world's biggest BBQ competition in 2 weeks. We didn't have tickets so we followed the crowds ...
Started the day with a
stop at the Magnolia Mound plantation. It was great until I decided to
check on the sugar cane plants and stood on the home of fire ants. I
know why they are called fire ants!! But the interesting stories of how they lived and managed in this heat - the slaves lay on the ground outside the open doors to make sure ...