Extended Stay America - Memphis - Sycamore View
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Travel Blogs from Memphis
... Beale Street, a tacky mall full of dive bars and eating houses, but very interesting and managed to see a great blues band on a Sunday night.
Today we went to the famous and beautiful Peabody Hotel, they have 5 resident ducks who live on the roof and each day at 11am they are marched into the elevator and over a red carpet into the fountain. They stay here all ...
... was once owned by one of the most famous people ever. It was kinda surreal walking into his house and seeing where he used to live, kind of like a blast from the past. We seen a tour of the house except for upstairs. Apparently it was private even when he was alive he didnt let people up there. We did get to see prettyu much everything else though, a good view of all the rooms even though they were taped off. ...
... being, so dinner ended up being nutella sandwiches and tinned peaches....delicious! For the rest of the day we just lazed about in our room, taking full advantage of the entire bath and the tv, and trying to keep up to date with Isaac's progress. We also spent some time researching what we're going to do in the next few days...we had some ideas for our three day visit, but it's not going to be enough to fill the extra, so we're a bit stuck at the moment. Oh well, we've got time! Deej ...
... 10 seconds or so. The rain was calming down too, so I guessed it must be coming to an end. The clouds had also begun to thin out, and so lightning further away was lighting them up creating gorgeous patterns. I tried in vain to take photos, but gave up and just watched.
By about 1am it was dying off, so I went to sleep. Only to be woken at 4 by an almighty crack adn more flashes. And by 8.30am it was still going on. Yup, much better than British storms.
... numerous road traffic accidents and a very choppy looking
Mississippi. After a very long detour to Graceland, we headed over to
Sun Studios and began our 45 minute tour of the very small building.
Very very cool place. This was the studio where Elvis Presley first
recorded, where Johnny Cash recorded 'Walk the Line' and 'Folsom
Prison Blues,' where Carl Perkins did 'Blue Suede Shoes' and Jerry
Lee Lewis played 'Great Balls of Fire.' History was made in ...