Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... huge rv park in Highlands. We decided to chill out for 3 nights there in the spa on our verandah. We cooked up some ribs and ate well again.
Then onto New Orleans for 2 nights. What a great place. We had a really good night out on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter. We saw 4 real good bands and plenty of sights walking down the street. The next day we took a tour bus around the city and learnt a lot about the place and Hurricane Katrina.
... really tasty and had been brushed with some buttery topping and they were hot out of the oven good. They had a nice consistency and were a bit yeasty, which I liked.
Well, as I figured, I could not eat everything so I took nearly half of it home for another meal. I wanted to try the banana pudding, but I was already too full for that too so I just asked for it to go. No problem. I am eating some now as I write and it was excellent, ...
... sure we didn’t try to turn on anyone’s driveways! We drove up through the ‘Land between the lakes’ a pretty state park where we did a few walks. One such showed the effects of the previous night’s rain. We were halfway round the lake and had to turn back as the boardwalk was completely submerged in water. We had already jumped and balanced across branches to go further. On one occasion Liz screamed so loud, someone echoed it further ...
... to the mansion, a journey that lasted 45 seconds, yes 45 seconds. I nearly lasted as long on the bucking bronco! Now came the highlight of the entire day, Elvis's mansion. He had everything you could imagine from superstar mansion, shag pile walls, jungle room and racquet room where all his records are. I can't describe what it is like so I let just few of the pictures tell the story. Last thing on the tour ...
... city's history. Biting, whipping winds prevented us from staying outside too long to enjoy it.
Lunching in Blytheville, Arkansas
Lunch at a diner in town. The man beside us was planning on picking up his daughter at the Memphis airport late the next night. We later wondered if that happened since, according to subsequent weather news, Winter Storm Cleon hit Blytheville dead on ...