Hampton Inn and Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria
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... Schwabs a quirky little shop that sells all-sorts of random bits and bobs. The shop was not due open till 12 so myself, Zoe, Danielle and Claire headed to the blues cafe for a quick drink. A Cute little cafe/diner/ bar blaring out all rhythm and blues and serving mounds of southern fried food, pictures of the king donned the walls along with fellow famous musicians. This town really loves it's heritage and culture it has not moved with the times and is absolutely rich ...
... into a daily spectacle at 11 and 5. The ducks are escorted to their rooftop abode each evening with much fanfare. Nice views from the rooftop too! Dinner time brought us to Memphis' most famous venue for Memphis bar-b-que - Rendevous Ribs! Anyone in Tennessee who heard we were going to visit Memphis, told us not to miss Rendevous Ribs. Just as advertised! Another great dinner ( with much meat) I'm having a great ...
... in the street and you can get an ice cold 32 ounce glass of Coors in a hard plastic glass for only $5.50 UNREAL! Love this place
We want to have BBQ so we go to award winning PIG on Beale! This place is certainly not known for its fancy decore but the ribs are really good as advertised.
Back to the campsite to reflect on a great day and a town that is about to leave an impression on us forever!
... in Memphis was to celebrate Steve's birthday and unbeknown to him he was booked on a Pink Cadillac tour of the city. So this started with a visit to the legendary Peabody Hotel to see the daily duck parade from the rooftop to the fountain in the foyer. Hard to believe that every day, twice a day in fact, this draws more than 50 people to watch 4 ducks waddle down a red carpet and jump into a fountain.....but it does....and we loved it! Following that the 5 ...
... br> The rest of the exhibits were all , ok as well. Each one ended up in another gift shop trying to fleece money out of tourists, but then thats how Elvis is still the highest paid dead guy around.
We ouldnt get into the Gibson factory as all tours were booked until 12 tomorrow. We have to be on the road to Nashville by 10. Grand Ole Opry tomorrow night at 6:30. Also a visit to Shiloh, one of the battles of the civil war.