Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis East/Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... so decided to cook up a big pasta dinner which was amazing. We wanted to go across to Mexico but were advised not to, too dangerous.
We drove on through Texas to a little place called Kerrville to rest up again. Again, nothing to see out there.
The next day we headed to Highlands just outside of Houston. We got pulled over by the police for speeding and were let off with a stern warning. Arrived at our 2 bedroom cottage on the river ...
... could have said more about it if it had been bad, but it wasn’t. Not worthy of high praise like the rest though. But let’s face it, I came here for the barbeque.
Oh, I almost forgot the rolls. So did the waiter, I thought. When I asked him for some rolls, he said he didn’t bring any to the table because Cheryl had mentioned the gluten thing, for which I praise him. However, I wanted to try them so he obliged. ...
... town for lunch, where we had a most interesting chat with the local owners. They told us how safe their town was. One lady hadn’t locked her house or car in the 20 years she had lived there, finishing off her story with, "But of course, everyone has a gun and if you come on my property you’d be staring down the barrel of a 22." The other lady added, “Yeah if you enter my house, you won’t be leaving it alive.” Good to know, we thought, ...
... dicey conditions, we were safely south of Winter Storm Cleon (Since when were winter storms named? I must have missed that announcement.)
After 100 miles on monotonous I-55, we detoured to Jackson and Cape Girardeau (both still in Missouri) for no other reason than to see different scenery. On the riverfront flood wall in the Cape, there was a dramatic Mississippi River Tales Mural, ...
If you have been reading this blog you will probably been wondering what has been going on and where I am ect. The only problem is that the reason I can't write every day is at I have a restricted limit of wifi. So I join you on a Saturday night in Memphis, Tennessee in a hotel room. Since my last blog I have met 8 great friends, all of whom are from England but 2 "kiwi's" (as they like to call themselves) and our trek leader from Massachusetts, Ali. I ...