Fairfield Inn Memphis I-240 & Perkins
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The Ice Storm Cometh
(Ok, the play was really The Iceman Cometh, but Eugene O'Neill would have understood).
In the morning, we discovered our car encrusted in ice. Slipping or falling was not on the agenda, so we moved the car close to the building for loading. Yes, it was that bad.The good news: we were headed south out of town, …
Expecting to spend the day in the hotel (remember the ice storm predictions?), we spent the early part of the morning doing laundry, catching up on emails and ordering Christmas packages to be delivered to our gang in Louisville. Around 10:30, we realized that it was ridiculous to hang around expecting the worst. Come on.....we were from Michigan …
... Very strange and moving seeing his hotel room where his last moments were. Next off was the Gibson guitar factory, with a tour guide that can only be described as cartoon man off the Simpsons. Interesting how low tech the factory was a lot the process is very much hand made. I can only dream of owning one those guitars. 2.45pm ticked past and we started our walk to the great Sun studios. Legends of ...
Leila: As we departed from the Drury Plaza Hotel we headed onto Memphis, TN. We arrived at the National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel where Dr. King was assassinated. We were ushered quickly inside to begin our tour. It started with a film on the beginning of slavery until Dr. King<s assassination. We were then on our own to tour. There were sculptures of slaves as they must have been squeezed on the ship with their ...
I left Austin on Saturday morning but on my way North, I knew I would go through Roundrock, Texas and that is the home of Roundrock Donuts. People line up for these morsels of raised yeast dough. They, like most of the other Food Network hot spots, have a challenge. Eat one of the jumbo donuts and get a t-shirt. They use a 5 gallon bucket to cut the dough and either glaze it in the secret glaze they use ...