Extended Stay America - Memphis - Cordova
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... I've done my churchly duties for a while! My last day was packed with activities. I saw the legendary march of the ducks at the Peabody Hotel (they live at the hotel and everyday at 11am they come down the elevator, out across the red carpet and into the fountain there for the day. Then at 5pm they do the reverse and go to bed for the night) and walked across part of the Mississippi river to mud island. I now had two really awesome things in Memphis left to do... Firstly, I went ...
... dodgy techno-rap music and when I gave him a $20 bill for the fair, he pulled change out of his sock and gave us a lecture on accepting bad bills as payment.
We waited around for a while for an attendant to come back and then were able to check our bags in, which meant we could go back into the city for the day. We had a wander round the old part of the city, which is run down but has really ...
My in-laws just celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary, and we've been gathered with family the last few days to help them celebrate. After a few days of good laughs, good food and the good conversation of family, it was time to begin my journey back to Ghana.
Mary dropped me off at the airport in Memphis where I was to catch a flight to Atlanta for the direct flight to Accra. We were to make a short ...
... for a seat. Bill had a slab of dry rubbed ribs, Peggy had a huge pulled pork sandwich and Alison a ham and cheese sandwich. Everything was excellent. The food came out almost right away and everyone enjoyed their meals.
After filling up we decided to walk some of the dinner off and wander around Beale St before it would get busy later, which it did. We also saw there were many horse drawn carriages that would take you around the town and ...
... an entire house dedicated to his records and outfits. We were given an audio tour and it ended with us seeing his grave in the memorial garden. I wasn't even aware he'd been buried is his back garden itself until I saw it! It was quite surreal.
So after a few hours of learning about The King, we went to the hotel, which was a nice treat. It's not exactly like we've been roughing it so far but it made a change from a hostel, haha. So we ventured ...
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