Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Horn Lake
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... t want to be going around there at night. Our first experience of Airbnb for accommodation has been good. Our house is in a very good area, relatively new, with two research doctors, one from Austria and another from Jamaica. We went for a drive and ate at the Tug Restaurant over looking the Mississippi. I had my first bowl of gumbo and Ken tried the ...
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Its 8am Monday in the Greyhound station of Memphis and the sun is starting to warm up already. I can't really believe we've been, seen and are now leaving one of the friendliest cities I've ever come across. Saying that though, we did get a taste of our first less than welcoming heckles as we strolled down Main Street on Saturday evening - Jess was looking gorgeous in hot pants and a vest but a car of locals seemed to take offence as they shouted out ...
... for her taste. Who knew that was even possible.
After the ducks we headed back to the hotel to check in and chilled for a bit then back out for dinner. We stayed downtown and ate at the Majestic Grille on Main. We didn't manage to take up any of the great recommendations Don & Lisa gave us - too much sightseeing to fit in with the girls. We'll have to come back again.
Tomorrow we are off to Greenville but before leaving we will go to Mud ...
... and sewer are all right there at your camp site.
One other thing that is important to note is something called "Pull Thrus". These are also very important if you have a large RV and are not too keen on backing it in. State parks do not normally have these.
Private campgrounds run the spectrum of simple to urban jungles. You just have to decide what you will be camping in and then what does that camper ...