Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Southaven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had gumbo and fried catfish for the first time and really loved it. Then we took a walk down Beale and took in the blues culture and live music while having some drinks. As a storm came in we took a ride to see the Mississippi River. A great place to visit.....real authentic blues ...
Hi y'all - I have started speaking American now lol!!! We had a fantastic day today at Gracelands. The house is incredible!!! It felt so weird to be in the very house that Elvis Presley lived The house has been left exactly the same. The colour scheme is a bit weird lots of green and brown but that was the thing back in the ...
... we couldn't have been made more welcome in this great but evolving city!
Great because you can see, hear and participate in the greatest music around just about wherever you are in the city. Evolving because it seems to still struggle with it's own adolesence and rebellion from what went before, with a desire to exert its maturity through documenting world changing events through the National Civil Rights Musueum. Speaking of which, it's over 20 ...
... before we all went out tonight to Beale Street.
Sean and I headed out in the courtesy coach from the hotel and the driver took us to Slave Haven - a fairly innocent looking home owned by the Burkle family who ran the slave railway underground, with the help of many others, getting the african slaves to safety or hiding them for long periods. The house is still in it's original state, complete with trap doors and ...
... that man was I'd never leave my employer! Great bloke, great food. All in all Lynchburg is a pretty, small, quiet town. With the best whiskey and bbq in the world. I'd move there in a shot! From Lynchburg we set off to Memphis knowing that we'd be visiting Gibson guitars (thank you my darling wife for setting that up!) and Graceland. Try getting Paul Simon's or Marc Cohn's songs out of your head when you're driving into to Memphis, it's impossible. That goes double once you drive ...