Days Inn Hernando
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... then are marched back the same way. It has been happening since the 1930's after a resident bought some ducks back to the hotel as a practical joke. There is always a crowd and today we had the added bonus of a children's choir singing Christmas Carols.
Lunch was at Gus's Restaurant where southern fried chicken is the speciality and it was delicious with a nice cold beer. ...
... m expecting it to just be Elvis’s house but the tour with its included audio guide gives so much more than that. Graceland is a picture perfect postcard of grandeur and ostentatious in the 70’s. The living room is full of white couches and stained glass peacock doors. The pool room is a whacky den decorated with meters and meters of colourful fabric and the upstairs back lounge is complete with indoor waterfall and lush green shag pile ...
... opportunity. People who I could relate to again, and an
organic supermarket – all middle class stresses where appeased.
You do not jog in Asheville. You can use contemporary dance or yoga as a
form of exercise but running is just unnecessary here. So as opposed to casing the joint on my
morning run I got breakfast like a normal person and sat out and watch a group
of hairy gender non-specific people play banjos ...
Its ridiculous I've been immersed in country music in Nashville and then in the blues and rock and roll in Memphis and I've got Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five playing in my head! We haven't even stayed in a blasted Holiday Inn (yet).
Only 200 miles down interstate 40 and yet Memphis could be a country away its so very different to Nashville. In Nashville there's a sense of purpose - everyone wants to be a singer or play in a band whilst Memphis has the music ...
... Thank you so much!! It was so nice to spend time with y'all, have great food in our bellies, warm showers on our backs and many a good nights rest.
While in Memphis, we also checked out the Civil Rights museum, which is a must in my opinion.
They very hotel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated is still standing and the hotel room
where he resided is still ...