Holiday Inn Southaven - Central
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... at a convention for "National combined womens' clubs". They do all sorts of educational and charitable works. Went to the Peabody hotel to see the duck parade but couldn't see anything over the top of the huge crowd. Walked along to the famous Beale Street and enjoyed the lively ambience. We ate at the Hard Rock Cafe then waited for dark to take photos of the lights. In the meantime there was a marathon going past ...
... Naw, " he replied, laughing,"ahm his black son ." The rockabilly man asked where we were from when I congratulated him on his set. I told him and refused the offer to buy a cd. ""Wait one second, take this," he said handing me a DVD," it's free just make sure folks in Manchester see it." So I'm marketing a wannabe legend, providing I don't lose the DVD. As this blog should perhaps be offering more in the way of travel tips I will give one. ...
... Very strange and moving seeing his hotel room where his last moments were. Next off was the Gibson guitar factory, with a tour guide that can only be described as cartoon man off the Simpsons. Interesting how low tech the factory was a lot the process is very much hand made. I can only dream of owning one those guitars. 2.45pm ticked past and we started our walk to the great Sun studios. Legends of ...
We should probably rename this Travels with the National Weather Service because they are governing what direction we travel. It shoul all work out well as long as we are not driving in circles. We arrived here, just outside Memphis, on Wed and spent Thursday on a tour of the city. The tour was fun and allowed ...
First of all, sorry for missing a day, got pretty messy yesterday in Memphis. As for Memphis itself...
I think it's pretty fair to say that most Americans possess a certain sense of entitlement. The American dream infuses the people here with an arrogance that is recognisable the world over. It's why they have such a culture of seeing people, it's why they all demand such regular and high percentage tips, it's one of the reasons they are amongst the worst drivers I've ever encountered ...