Holiday Inn Express - Medical Center Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we had to put the phone on loudspeaker while I held it to his ear (because, of course, you could hardly understand what they were saying) since they wouldn’t speak to me about our joint account.
It turned out that someone had made more than $700 worth of purchases using Justin’s bank card – that they’d skimmed from an ATM in Nashville. Buying drugs at the chemist. So, the card had to be cancelled. It then took 2 more people ...
News Flash - Last night about midnight on Bourbon St a man was shot and stabbed, the group we were suppose to meet up with saw the victim being attended to by police and paramedics when they left the club to come home. I knew it felt a bit dodgy.
Today's journey will take us to Memphis, the home of Elvis Presley. We had a pit stop at the Mississippi visitors centre where a lovely lady called Annie gave us coffee, maps of America and some ...
In the morning the girls went down ...
... for thinking you were walking in completely the wrong direction...ghost town much? We were really surprised. We thought Memphis would be similar to Nashville in terms of liveliness but it wasn't until we were basically right on Beal St that we reassured there were other people in town barring us...weird.
Anywho, after a short stroll up and down the neon madness that is Beal St, we settled on Rum Boogie, a place famed for it's great live ...
... green beans and mac and cheese. Not the most nutritious dinner out there, but well worth it. Even picky Sammi tried most of it.
So today has definitely been a great day for The Upson's. We got to see a place none of us have been to before, heard good music (at least I think so!) and tried some good ole Memphis barbecue. This was one for the memory book. Now tomorrow we are off to Arkansas and Oklahoma.