Holiday Inn Express - Medical Center Midtown
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Char, Clint and Ron take off to get us a hire car while the rest of us pack up ready to hit the road when they get back. It took some time to get a taxi to hertz and then hire the car so we kicked off a bit later than planned but that wasn't going to stop us going to tour the JD Distillery in Lynchburg, it's an hour and a half out of our way but we …
... to ride the steamboat Natchez in New Orleans had fallen through, we decided to go and investigate this. We walked a couple of blocks away from our hotel through a little park and then wandered down the river front, before spotting the boat tied up on the dock. We were both a bit shocked at the state of Memphis in this area; it looked really run down and like no money had been put into it in a long while; the pavements were all over the place and the buildings were all pretty shabby. ...
... bigger than a $5. This is highly irritating.
You can buy Coors everywhere here. I will miss this once I go back to Britain.
I will also miss being interesting just through talking.
Air conditioning is a wonderful thing. Imagine how differnt the world would be without air conditioning. There is no way Elvis and Cash would have spent so much time at SunStudios if it wasn't air conditioned. Granted it kinda screws with the environment, but its so ...
... fabulous music and soak up the atmosphere.
Although a lot of Memphis is very run down, and I didn't feel safe, it's a magical city where people seem to just want to dance and drink which is fine by me.
The only negative I will say about today is how disgusted I am at the price of everything. Graceland reached a new level of tourist rip off, charging $35 entry, $25 for a photo of you ...
... is purple and leopard print - hot! Above our beds there are large photo's of Elvis. After checking out our room we eat fish 'n chips in the Jungle Lounge and watch the Elvis special from Hawaii in the 70's. The bartender looks like John Malkovitch. I believe he IS John Malkovitch. Graceland tomorrow, then New Orleans.
I sleep under Elvis tonight. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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