Days Inn Southaven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The story for Memphis started back in Louisville when we had to drive 3 hours to get there and the guess of how far the gasoline would get us!! We managed to roll into The hood of Memphis Downtown needing gasoline and Trace experienced the locals in the petrol station and we promptly got out of there to the hotel. Memphis definitely has a good and bad side and you can see it easily! We made our way back our in the Chevy to Graceland ...
... we were today. It was really good, and again felt like we were experiencing the beginning of rock and roll. But that is the only good thing about Memphis! It is a seedy, dilapidated, run down city. It needs a whole lot of TLC to bring this blighted city up to standard. Thankfully I booked us a room in a boutique hotel across the Mississippi on Mudd Island which is safe and pretty. Tonight we went down to Beale Street, but left after an hour. Seedy, drunks, mostly local, and ...
... 8212; with Dave Foullie.
27 September near Frayser, TN, United States via Mobile
Can't believe our holiday is closer to finishing ...
... production cycle to create a Gibson. There's a fantastic combination of automation and hand crafted skill that goes into those guitars. And once in the hands of their idols they undoubtedly inspire the next generation of wanabees to pursue their dreams. Which could be how most of the amazinlgy talented musicians we've seen up and down Beal Street started their journey, just loving what they do and not yet giving up on their dreams.
The real reason ...
... like he just left yesterday . So strong and moving experience . We both loved it and recommend it to everyone. On the way to New Orleans we stopped not far from Memphis in the town of Clarksdale - birthplace of the blues - legend has it that Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil at the crossroads here in exchange for mastery of the guitar http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Joh nson When you are in the blues town you have to go ...