Holiday Inn Express Memphis Southwind
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... have been, but you're in Memphis, what are you to do? It's a no-brainer really! A little research on the web and the hefty $35 price tag attached to the lowest tear of tour you could get added to my scepticism. Turned out the $35 got you a tour of Graceland and no more. Great, I thought, we get to ride on a bus and see a big house. Whoop. The tour included a personal iPad which would guide you through the house- oh, we get to go in the ...
... mile from the campground, and the phone app alerts when fresh donuts are being made. Needless to say, everyone enjoyed fresh donuts especially the little kids.
OUR BBQ REVIEW:
Memphis Barbeque Co for overall taste (glaze, meaty, tender).
Marlowe's for their wonderful smoky flavor.
Central and Blues City would be the second choices.
Rendezvous was the least ...
After another fun night in Memphis walked to the Civil Rights Museum and the site where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. We really received an education, but I think what we took from this most was that the people with no power achieved equal rights by peaceful protest and the people with all the power tried to stop them through violence. Very interesting.
... head out to Beale Street and start at Memphis Rock and Blues Museum. This is a very interesting museum and we learn a lot. Did not know how important Memphis was in the 50's and 60's and 70's shaping Black Blues music and transforming it into multiracial Rock music. We are 2 hours in the museum and it is well worth the $12. We find out that Beale Street was where Black Sharecroppers went to hang out ...
... to visit Memphis! — with Dave Foullie.
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Dave Foullie That was ...