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Travel Blogs from Southaven
... decided it was time to move on.
I packed up and drove out of the city limits to the suburb of Arlington, TN where I found a spot to crash for the night and spent the next day resting in the shade at a local park there. I needed to recover from the probably 30-40 miles I had traveled in Memphis.
All in all, Memphis blew me away and I cant wait to check it out when I have some more funds to take some tours and take in some local cuisine and shows.
... saying my mother says "If I ever go there again it will be too soon!" Anyways goodnight all.
Greetings from Graceland!
Today we went to Elvis' home in Memphis, Tennessee. This was about an 8 mile drive for us and we had to pass Krispy Kreme Donuts along the way, so we treated ourselves to a few donuts before heading to tour the mansion.
If Graceland is an ...
Went to Graceland an did Elvis's mansion tour, very interesting, then came back an did Sum Studios tour. Then went to Rendezvous ribs which was recommended to us, nicest pork ribs everywhere!! Then went more site seeing down Beale street. Dinner Euan suggested go to McEwens restaurant on Monroe an it had amazing food, banana cream pie was soooo good....need ...
... 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. ...
... and all I have to say is that is was nothing to rave about!
The most individual thing about Memphis were some of the building fronts, as in some building were only fronts with nothing behind but overgrown valleys. They were quite strange and I couldn’t help but imagine drug deals being done behind them!
In the process I also met Rob, an ‘occupy’ guy otherwise known as a guy who was also using the Occupy protest to find ...