Drury Inn & Suites Memphis South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around when it was at its peak I bet it was such an awesome era. The duck master had to cut his tales short as he had to prepare the ducks for their 11am grand entrance down into the Peabody. A tradition that has been around since the 1930s the ducks are lead from there penthouse on the top floor accompanied by the duck-master and down the elevator and through the hotel lobby into the dining area and then into the Peabody fountain for a 5 hour swim. The duck-master rolls out ...
... a small town (Glendale) still trapped in the 1800. Had the best Kentucky Fried Chicken at a restaurant in on old southern house. Picked up a few souvenirs from a bric a brac shop....didn't think the lady behind the counter was ever going to stop talking. Our last stop in Kentucky was the Mammoth Caves, the largest cave system in the world, currently 400 miles discovered. We did the Historical tour into the cave.....really interesting, we went ...
Graceland Although I was sick in the morning ( and before you think anything of the alcohol sort you adults out there I will let you know it was NOT!) anyway, after some help from my little medical kit and some water I convinced myself that I had to go out as Graceland is really a one time deal. We lined up and got our little headsets as we were taken across to the Graceland Manner in little buses. The grounds were luscious and beautiful, the house ...
... bow chick a bow bow...LOL
27 September near Frayser, TN, United States via Mobile
OMG and there's more, just walked passed the night ...
... Chapter on the road and again, as we were all gassing the bikes. They were headed to Memphis today as well as us.
The landscape chyanged to froest and then back to dead flat where there was alot of rice and potatoes being grown everywhere you looked. One paddock even had pineapples.
As we had left so early, we were checking in at 1.30 and this gave us plenty of time to explore; nap; have a swim ...