Extended Stay America - Memphis - Apple Tree
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... was a rule. I could hear the travel agent saying, oh they will definitely be there... Can I help you? Maybe. I explained my woe. I didn't cry, but she could see that all my emotions were right there, like the end of that movie when they drive the Mustang off the cliff... Oh yeah that didn't happen in "Ghost". Thelma and Louise? You need to talk to this man. She pointed down the rental car counters. He had a halo. A Black Jesus. I was angry but he was listening, ...
... who sang some terrific songs, the type of music you can just sit back and listen and never tire of.
Memphis has its dark side too, we were warned not to go south of Beale Street and coming back from Graceland our cab driver showed us the slum area. Many empty buildings with squatters on each block. Even at the lower end of Beale Street there are beggars and for those of you who may be wondering how the beggars are....."They're doin' fine thank you ...
--At the corner of Main & Beale, a guy insisted on showing us this statue of Elvis that he said most people miss. Just a ploy to ask for money; the statue is certainly in plain sight from the sidewalk.
--Peabody Hotel; sat in lobby waiting for ducks. The little kids liked it; wouldn't otherwise go to see this-only about six or so ducks. Mezzanine had ...
... probably comes alive at night time for the younger age group. We were both a little disappointed with Beale Street. Dave had the bright idea of walking back to our hotel from Beale Street about 5kms which isn't far for us I know but when you have fashion sandals on instead of joggers and with it being about 30 degrees, let me tell you it felt a lot further than that. We started the walk along the Mississippi on a concrete path which soon turned into a dirt ...
... was some of the best I have ever had. The sausage and cheese appetizer was so simple yet so tasty. The ribs were good as were the beans and slaw.
We walked from the restaurant to Beale Street...the happening night spot for visitors with live music at all the clubs.During our walk we met Terrance, a local in the area, he walked with us for a couple blocks. Not sure what his story was but he was entertaining and a personal friend of Jesus. We stopped ...