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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On our way down through to New Orleans we stopped twice to help brake up the drive (Dylan's drive). First stop was Memphis so we could check out 'The King's' pad, then onto Jackson, Mississippi.
Graceland in Memphis was interesting, I learnt a lot about Elvis's life but it was more interesting watching the people visiting, definitely some …
I spent the morning doing some work, then drove out to the Memphis airport (which was a very easy drive on a Sunday morning). My flights were all more or less on time. The club at IAH was nearly empty ... can tell it's not a day for business travel, but the airport itself felt crowded. Arrived home and caught BART, which was the source of most delays on my trip home. Tried a new restaurant ... the amuse bouche was the best part of the ...
... well. Tonight we got our dose of fried wings in Memphis! Yum yum. Tomorrow afternoon we head to the bus station ready for the long slog overnight to Dallas. There just for the morning on Monday then we go our seperate ways for a few days as Yaz is seeing family in Texas and I fly to LAX once again to meet my good old buddy Steve. Then the three of us finish off the journey together ...
We spent the morning packing and surfing the net. Have finally settled on our route for the rest of the trip, so have booked most of the travel anyway. It's amazing how long this takes! Once we'd finished we grabbed a cab into the city and left our luggage at the train station, before heading to Beale street. A famous Memphis street - for blues/music. We headed on up to B B Kings Blue Bar - a great place with a fantastic band playing. ...
... early. I picked up my bag, jumped in a cab and headed to the hotel. Very nice it was too. Huge room with a big King size bed, bathroom, powder room (whatever that is), and a storage room. It also had a great view of a bridge which spanned the Mississippi River and crosses into the state of Arkansas. Whilst I was tempted to head straight to Beale St (where it all goes on in Memphis), I decided against it as I needed to get a few things done. Tomorrow is another day though. Over and ...