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... have stayed. They are famous for the 'Peabody Ducks' - story is that a long time ago, two drunk men that owned the hotel brought 5 ducks back and put them in the fountain... They have stayed ever since. The ducks march in the the hotel lobby at 11am and hang around the centre fountain until 5pm where they march back out. The show pulls a fair crowd and I was happy I got to see it. We also had a delicious high tea at the Peabody hotel while ...
... being conducted on a new hotel near the mansion. It sounds like more things are planned but I have no idea what.
Oh, I almost forgot, the thing about Elvis’ ghost haunting you was just a little joke on my part. Glad I didn’t forget to tell you that. I’m sure you were concerned about me being haunted by the ghost of Elvis.
On our return home, we stopped at the visitors’ center to add another night to our ...
... like to be able to visit the Civil Rights Museum.
We ate at the Blues City Cafe tonight and experienced our first hot tamales (yuck) and catfish (yum yum). It is a really cold night in Memphis tonight so we didn't venture out beyond dinner; felt like my lungs were freezing so it was back to our beautiful hotel for a nightcap.
Driving to New Orleans tomorrow...I think Greig is a bit nervous about the whole driving on the right side but I am sure it will be fun ...
... br> having lunch i got a notification on my phone that there was some
flash flooding in the area, i could see that with my own eyes. On
the way back to the hotel the wind started picking up, and so did the
rain, so i tried taking shelter where possible, but i did get back to
the hotel, but the umbrella i had was broken.
At the hotel, i cleaned up, used the WiFi, uploaded some
pictures, relaxed, watched some Stargate, repacked bags, then in the
... healthy meals!
Beale Street is famous for its music; many of the eateries and street corners feature live music. The street becomes a pedestrian mall in the afternoon and evening so that everyone can drink, dance and have fun on the street, a real street party. It reminds us of our time in New Orleans.
We spent the afternoon cruising on the Mississippi River. We took a paddle boat tour that was narrated by a ...