Courtyard by Marriott Memphis East/Park Avenue
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... on the bricks are still there and you can tell are original because their worn too. I already like this street better than bourbon street in New Orleans. It's cleaner and had a more welcoming appearance. It looks a lot better organised with no smelly bars that are trying to be apart of the Ibiza strip. There are bars and restaurants here with live music playing already at 2pm in the afternoon. They weren't getting much too though as it was empty, ...
... been rather hot in that tin can known as a car.
It is very well orchestrated, from the moment you get to the gates. Onwards to the ticket office where a girl was sharing free tickets she somehow had been given offering a 50% discount off the tours! So with our Senior discount as well, we only paid the price for one of us.
Next we queued to get onto the mini ...
... We later heard the the Memphis Zoo is rated in the top 10 in the USA. Suzanne really had a great time, so it was well worth it. I do plan on coming back to see the Bass Pro Shop when it is finished, so Graceland will be included next time. We did walk over to Graceland and take some pictures. One of them shows a fox running across the lawn of Graceland. What a way to end our stay in Memphis! on to Nashville ...
... dicey conditions, we were safely south of Winter Storm Cleon (Since when were winter storms named? I must have missed that announcement.)
After 100 miles on monotonous I-55, we detoured to Jackson and Cape Girardeau (both still in Missouri) for no other reason than to see different scenery. On the riverfront flood wall in the Cape, there was a dramatic Mississippi River Tales Mural, ...
... Then we'll be moving onwards to our next 'home base' in Clarksdale with day excursions to other nearby Mississippi locales (nothing is more than a couple of hours around here!)
The group has enjoyed the vibe of Memphis. It's easy going and a bit cozy, the kind of town where you know it and it knows you. It's not too flashy (exception to Beale) yet there is so much you can see and do easily here, it's quite nice indeed.
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