Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Memphis
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... ion the way in and back out of town.
So off to the sample some of Memphis' famous BBQ ribs (Blue City Café) and great blues music on Beale St.
Beale St is like a condensed version (4 blocks) of New Orleans' Bourbon/Frenchman Streets except that Memphis is the birthplace of the blues in lieu of jazz.
... three, with dry ribs. It comes with beans and cole slaw, plus rolls. That should fill the bill and then some. An ice cold Bud Light sounded good to whet the whistle.
Cheryl eyed the baked potato stuffed with pulled pork and cheddar cheese. She asked the waiter about gluten and he said there were no gluten items in any of it. Hot damn! Good news for Cheryl.
On one of the end walls of the dining room was a large sign that ...
... has focused on children's cancer and other fatal diseases since 1962. Every child is treat regardless of the ability to pay, and they also have free housing to put up families who come from out of state. Running costs are roughly $2million per day, and it is run entirely on donations.
He also took us for lunch on Beale Street, and we noted a few places to return to later. Lovely city, lovely guy. Next up, we're off to see if the King lives ...
... movies. His army uniform and wedding outfit is also here. The squash court has also been transformed to hold his records and some of his costumes. In the lounge area of the courts it has been left all original and this is where Elvis hung out the night before he died with friends playing the piano. You then come out past the pool to the meditation garden where Elvis and the family are buried. Elvis and his mum were originally buried in Tupelo but were moved to Graceland due ...
... into tears but not in front of these wedding guests... Strangers watching my angst and pain. Did you know you can do pirouettes if you go to throw your hand luggage at a DOLLAR rentals sign and then don't let go till the last nanosecond? Elvis was singing caught in a trap. Perhaps that's what my bride was listening to when she left without me... in the RED MUSTANG!!! Deep breaths. Don't panic when you travel. It's the advice I give my kids. It's good advice. But this ...