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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... at Aldo's on Main Street.
Whisky o’clock back at the hotel and swim.
Dinner at Flying Fish on Second Street.
Drinks at Blue Note Bar and Grill (next door was the Daisy Theatre where the Three Kings had a few drinks, according to facebook).
I drank a frozen blue note beast which was quite potent and it certainly put me in a grooving mood for the ...
... a quick stop to get an impression of the inner old town, saw the Bill Clinton library (Clinton lived in Little Rock during his time as governor of Arkansas),
and enjoyed some local gumbo for lunch, before we head out to Memphis.
Important geographical milestone: the Mississippi river! Crossing it ...
... faster than a speeding shutter.
When Cheryl came back from the hotel she told me that the ducks were in an enclosure on a rooftop. Apparently this is where they stay during the night and during daytime between 11:00 and 5:00 they are in the lobby somewhere. I guess we came at the wrong time to see that. Oh, well. Beautiful view from the rooftop, she said.
After we left there we headed to Beale Street. Tonight was bike night and they ...
... like to be able to visit the Civil Rights Museum.
We ate at the Blues City Cafe tonight and experienced our first hot tamales (yuck) and catfish (yum yum). It is a really cold night in Memphis tonight so we didn't venture out beyond dinner; felt like my lungs were freezing so it was back to our beautiful hotel for a nightcap.
Driving to New Orleans tomorrow...I think Greig is a bit nervous about the whole driving on the right side but I am sure it will be fun ...
... special in the eyes of Sam Phillips, before starting his own genre making all these strange noises and singing weirdly. Anyway it was really special and the guide was great. Standing in the footsteps of legends like Jonny Cash and Elvis was fantastic. We left for the campsite which had streets named after Elvis songs, and it was right outside Graceland. After tea and a game of Frisbee, and putting ...