Hampton Inn Memphis-Walnut Grove/Baptist Hospital East
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... see the opening of the giant pyramid. It has been sitting idle for years but now has been bought and turned into a shopping mall, zoo, hotel and observation deck. We saw the opening on tv. A bunch of Elvis impersonators (called the Elvi) sky dived in. I love Memphis! Let me take a minute to apologize for bad spelling and gramma. I'm using my phone, bit awkward plus I'm not proof reading - tho, having said that, luckily I saw my typo in the Peabody Ducks bit ...
... polite and smiling can work miracles because not only did we move rooms but we moved into a two bedroom suite where we each had our own bedroom and bathroom and TV (luxury). That was a great Christmas present.
We headed into downtown Memphis to check out the place, which was deserted. We went for a walk along the Mississippi and then headed into check out Beale Street. It felt like there had been a zombie apocalypse as there was no one about, just a few homeless ...
... up area of work spaces and hotels it's got a relaxed feeling to it even with nobody about. We thought sure there would be people in the museum.. Nope! The museum was brilliant, it was inside of the Lorraine hotel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr. Was shot dead. They had kept the front of the motel the same, even with the original cars parked in the lot outside and then inside was the museum, it went through the years of slavery and how the ...
... opened in 1991, but, apparently when the basketball team came to town, they found the building unusable. Since their agreement with the city gave them control over use of the Pyramid, it sat vacant for about 10 years. It is not being converted to a Bass Pro megastore. Wow.
At 5pm, I joined about 300 others to watch the ducks march down the red carpet. It was very bizarre.
... br> Such interesting architecture on the old buildings.
--Shopping: Three of us girls got off at the south end of Main Street to see some of the shops. So fun to look in the little shops especially Hoot & Louise and the bookstore--check out the children's book "The Unpopular Pea (& Carrot) by Elle Valentine, a local writer--such a great message.