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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Marriott Downtown Memphis
$144 per nite, great room, very comfortable bed, air con, heating, close to everything downtown
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... they don't tour anymore. Tried Tater Reds and got one.
Continued down that side of the street looking for good food and blues Some good music but not blues. Crossed at the bottom and back up the other side. Some good blues busking but with no food near. Then some more good music in an outdoor plaza but it was Beatles not blues. Got back to the top of the street without finding any restaurant with live blues. Delta Crush were playing in ...
... was pretty amazing, Nobody I ever heard of, but incredibly accomplished musicians. One of the performers was Charlie McCoy. Never heard harmonica playing like it. He was even playing two harmonicas at once at one point.
The next day we headed to Monell's, quite possibly the best meal ever. Everything was delicious. We both had a bit of everything, all brought to the big dining table for sharing. ...
... Chisa, my WIFE, several times.
I was either wrong about Myron or he got the message about my non-gayness and did not try anything untoward. I'm glad because he was a really nice, friendly guy and it would ruined the experience and the memory if the whole thing would have only been about trying to get some.
Today I went to visit the main cemetery in the city and it was decent, not in the class of the great ones, like Père Lachaise in Paris, but good for ...
... all access tickets which included 3 extra exhibits and headed straight to the Airplanes that you could see from the entrance. We were the only ones there which was very cool. Elvis had two planes one large jet he used to Travel to concerts in and a smaller jet he used for more unplanned trips. We were able to walk through both Zach was a little upset he was not allow to go into the Cockpit. The larger of the two, the Lisa Marie, had large lounge, board room and ...
... least she got something out of
We were taken around the tour by a hugely enthusiastic and loud girl called Rae,
who shouted "Y'ALL" a lot and did rock on/devil horn hand signs so often it was
like a tic. The first part of it consisted of a museum room, with cabinets
around the wall containing photos and knickknacks of the musicians who had
helped to launch Sun Studios - Elvis, Jonny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl