Days Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... We went in a bar and watched a band play, there were rock and roll and an elderly couple got up and started dancing, they had the crowd going absolutely wild haha!! Flair okay thought they were cracking dancers! We had two 32oz beers tonight - naughty; but we were enjoying the music and atmosphere too much to go back to the hotel at 9pm! even though we had an early rise at 3am for the plane. We watched the buskers on the street and in the park; they had the crowd ...
We arrived in Memphis to our dodgy motel, dropped off our bags and headed into the city centre. The main street in Memphis is called Beale Street and is featured in the song ´Walking in Memphis´. Beale Street is crammed with bars and food joints and is very similar to New Orleans; live music is played everwhere and the street is packed with vendors selling cheap beers and performers to entertain the crowds.
As it ...
... cool artifacts. I wouldn't rush to go again though.
Next stop, Gus's World Famous Spicy Fried Chicken. So good... best fried chicken yet! Worth going a bit out of the way for this one. On the other hand, I could not walk after the meal, but we did take a stroll along the Mississippi anyway then jumped on a trolley and rode it all the way around. Memphis looks better from a trolley than on foot.
... shuttles back to the start point. Even here there was still
much to see including his car collection and then souvenir shops and
various restaurants and cafes. I went into the restaurant and got the
peanut butter and banana grilled sandwich, Elvis' favorite.
Then we had finished with Graceland, so it was back to
the coach and we went to the Lorraine motel, when we got there it
was still early so the museum was closed, but no one wanted to wait