Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Memphis
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... southern accent, and a proper southern belle. The woman serving behind the counter heard our accents and cried in her fabulous drawl, "Oh Mah Gowash, I ain't never met nobody who’s from where y’all are from!"
Loving the new accents, we got back in the car and drove towards Memphis. Despite problems with the Satnav, we managed to find our hotel and check in. Everything seemed fine so it was back in the car and a dash across town to find ...
... set up and an outdoor concert on. We went into a few bars and listened to the music, some great bands. Loved this place, so much energy. Memphis, Tennessee: Beale St in Memphis is the street that time forgot, it is run down and old, but it really comes alive at night with bands in bars and parks, drink kiosks, BBQ joints and a whole lot going on in the streets. We went to an Elvis show in one of the bars....front row seats coz I told the guy ...
... looking for a tent with either a Scottish or ozzy flag outside. It was the saddest sight to behold, and unless you know someone who is competing in the competition or are particularly attractive woman, I would not recommend this event to anyone.
So this was how the first hour was spent, it did however get far better from this point onwards. We moved over to the world famous beale street and my God, what a street. While Nashville has Broadway, and that was great, it has a ...
... to a Walmart, we got there at 10.45am and had a bit of time, so
we went for a walk and found this sandwich place, so we got a quick
early lunch then went back to Walmart to have a look around. After a
quick look around it was back on the coach. Here i did a bit of diary
writing, reading and relaxed for a bit before we got to our second
The second stop was at little rock and we went to the
little rock central high ...
... Citibank asking us to call the fraud department urgently. We realised that we couldn’t make international calls from our US mobile (they told us we could!) so had to make an international call from Australian mobile. I then spent an hour on the phone to 5 useless people in their call centre. The first guy kept insisting that there was no record of someone calling us and the account seemed fine, so that was that. It took me 10 minutes of arguing and ...