Extended Stay America - Memphis - Airport
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... enjoyed this. It was a guided audio tour do it was cool to hear all the tunes and bands featured. And again the hours flew by. Beale St has gone mental. We checked it out early in the week and it was fairly jumping, but now it is chaos - good chaos but.This is a huge weekend for Memphis. The music festival brings in over 100 000 people, plus their basketball team the Grizzles were playing at home for a place in the playoffs. And to top it off 1000s ...
... archive tour and a 15 minute movie clip we were bused back to the complex. We walked through the car museum – wow, he had a lot of cars and amazingly they still have them. After that we were pretty hungry so we went to one of the cafes and had a delicious burger and fries. While Jerry was ordering our lunch I went over to the gift shop to buy the piano book and ended up getting that and two CD’s, one a gospel.
Afterward we ...
... and Gravesites from the 1812 war, Gordon Historic house(1800’s trading post), section of the old trace parkway(foot trails) and tobacco farm. We then turned off the parkway and headed across to Memphis through a series of interesting small towns and arrived at our destination in the afternoon. The drive took us longer than expected and we settled into our hotel and headed out for some dinner.
The next morning it was Christmas day and most places were closed ...
Woke up to a humid, drizzly day in Memphis. So different to the dry heat of the desert in Las Vegas.
Had breakfast with Ed and. Juliet, toast, green tea and strawberries and enjoyed talking with them about Memphis and their history. Ed gave us a tour of his amazing garden. We saw chipmunks and squirrels and many different bird varieties including a hummingbird. Quite fascinating. We then stood at the front window of their home ...
... moving. The admission fee was $15, a much more affordable few hours! The tour started back in time to the beginning of slavery in the New World back in the 1700's. This area in itself was really interesting and had our attention for a good 30 minutes, until we realised that there was a movie that we were being called for to 'set the tone' for the museum. The movie was very informative and did indeed set up what was to come in the rest of ...