Courtyard Memphis Germantown
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... it to Peabody Hotel in time to see the ducks at 11 am. The ducks come down from the roof, waddle across the lobby on the red carpet and end up in the fountain, freely swimming around. We were 5 minutes late. The lobby was packed with hotel guests but it was nice to see the festive Christmas decorations.
We ventured over the Beale Street.
Found it completely deserted and way too cold and icy to spend any quality ...