Holiday Inn Southaven - Central
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I am so glad I am going on to Mexico. If I went home now, straight after the cruise, it would be a bad way to end my holiday and would leave me with a sour taste in my mouth that would override the parts of the trip that I have really enjoyed. I don't regret doing the Mississippi River as it is truly a magnificent river - so wide and so long. It's hard to come to terms with the hugeness of it.
... asking what appears to be the officer problem ( I didn't do that but wanted to) he let me off after realising we were English and just had a big chat with us about his English heritage- top guy. Arriving in Memphis slightly blue (no joke intended) about Alex's wallet and the difficulty it would cause we went out to Beale street however we were a bit disappointed ...
... It was really great. I got the free shuttle back by about 4.30 and did some blog.
The hotel provided a $5 each way shuttle to Beale St. We missed the 6pm shuttle and caught the 7pm one to 2nd and Beale outside the Hardrock Cafe. We tried Hardrock for a Stones tee shirt for Brad. The girls there told us to try Tater Reds. We tried the shop next to Tater Reds and an old bloke there told us you can only get them from Stones ...
... coleslaw; beans ok (not a lover of chili powder). Homemade onion rings are a must to get here--the best ever! Coconut cream pie yummy--packed with coconut. Their slogan--"So, Good Y'ull Slap Yo' Mama! Had enough food left over for another dinner.
Gus's World Famous Hot & Spicy Fried Chicken--Waited 45 minutes (16 adults; 4 children).
Ordered family meals--20 piece and ...
... have been luxurious back in its day, with gold-flecked bathroom sinks etc, but it looked so dark and dated now. I found it interesting that they made almost no mention of his drug use, except a single line at the end saying he died at 42 due to health complications from prescription drug abuse. There was also no photos, footage or mention of his massive weight gain or his health in the later years.
Next we drove to the Civil Rights ...