Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Millington-Memphis Area
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I was pre warned about going to Memphis about two things. Firstly, by the hostel on how unreliable the bus system is and secondly, by pretty much everyone I met, that I would get shot by going there. Well having only one hour before I leave Memphis only one of those statements are true (thankfully only the first one!). What I discovered myself was don't rely on google maps that incorporate public transport to give you the most efficient way of getting you from point a to b. By ...
... Was warned not to stray a block out of the city but ended up running 6 blocks back to the hotel and never saw anyone. Very brave after a few drinks. That being said, my wallet was almost tapped out anyway so they would have got dick-all.
Back safely in the room around 2.30am, I checked in with her indoors via Skype, and hit the scratcher looking forward to my good nights sleep. Never happened.
Over and out.
... there seems to be a high level of poverty and a grungy atmosphere.
A walk down the famed Beale Street takes a traveler back to the heyday of Memphis with bright neon lights, blues clubs, beer served out of a counter onto the street and lots of music. Bars and music venues such as Silky O’Sullivan’s and BB Kings are plentiful and have a ...
... dollar quartet - amongst them. After being in this room for
a while, and hearing snippets of their songs, we then went downstairs to the
actual recording studio, and got to see where these musicians had recorded.
Apparently they still hire out the studios to modern day artists, including U2.
Everyone ooohed and aaaahed. Not me, I hate Bono. Haha. The studios have never
been refurbished since their heyday, and you can tell...the ceiling is ...
... with plans to spend most of the day poolside. We wentback to the RV for an afternoon of reading and puzzles. After dinner, we drove back to Poplar Lake to take the Spotlight Pontoon ride, again with Chris, to see if we could spot any nocturnal wildlife. We did see several raccoons, including one family with tiny babies, but other than a blue heron at the start of the trip, that was it. It didn’t matter whether we saw anything ...