Drury Inn & Suites Memphis South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wandered down the highway to Nashville Palace, a honky Tonk with a singer guitarist strumming away.. Next door is Willie Nelson's family store where apparently there's a sale on Western Hats I doubt I'll be able to con Bev into getting a third hat. I'm beside myself with excitement and we ain't even downtown yet. Bev shared her usual cucumber allergy worries to the waitress and when asked was there any in the side salad she replied," Hell no, this is ...
... street cred and the fact that blues music is still the soundtrack helps one accept that people have got to make a living and will any way they can. It does not dilute the awe I experience one iota. A boyhood dream has been fulfilled and an unfinished picture has been coloured. We walked away from Beale Street, down past The Gibson Factory (whose amazing guitars I've never been good enough to afford), along Mulberry Street to The Lorraine Hotel, which is today The ...
Hello, Memphis, it's good finally meet you. I'm blogging right now at a minor league baseball game. Presently, we're (the Red Birds) winning 1-0. So far it's been a pretty fantastic day, pretty nonstop too. Per usual, it was 5:30am wake up, pack up, breakfast crew, stretch, sunscreen, chamois butter, cheer and hit the road. So many turns today. Today was our longest cue sheet yet. I started the morning riding with ...
... Memphis is certainly all about music. Sun Studios is one must do if you have any interest in rock and roll. Started by Sam Phillips (who is now the subject of a new musical called Sons of Sun, partly created by Murray from the Wiggles - bit of info I picked up in a local free paper) it was the record company that first recorded Elvis and is seen as the birthplace of rock and roll. Here also were launched the careers of Johnny Cash, BB King, Howlin' Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, ...
... and tear around Graceland with his friends in golf carts.
He called Lisa Marie Buttonhead
He paid $4 to record his first record, it was a gift for him mom (to whom he also gave his pink Cadillac)
Andy makes a large contribution to Elvis's estate in the form of souvenir purchases, Bill gets a cool TCB Elvis Airline hat, and we are gone...off to cross the mighty Mississippi, find some Memphis BBQ, and on toward St. Louis.