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... shampoo or conditioner not even a bath mat! Chrissie & Robyns room was pretty bad too - Chrissie had chewing gum on her sheet so we found someone who worked there and had the sheets changed! The four of us reluctantly decided to stay there as there was nothing else around. We did have a chuckle about it all though.
Visited Gracelands (indeed stark contrast to the Crown inn). Surprised at how modest the house is - enjoyed having a good ...
... city's history. Biting, whipping winds prevented us from staying outside too long to enjoy it.
Lunching in Blytheville, Arkansas
Lunch at a diner in town. The man beside us was planning on picking up his daughter at the Memphis airport late the next night. We later wondered if that happened since, according to subsequent weather news, Winter Storm Cleon hit Blytheville dead on ...
... street and Elvis snow globe that was inscribed with the phrase, "Thank you, Thank you very much"...
WE learned rather quickly that Wednesday night is Biker Night in Memphis. As soon as we turned the corner on our walk from the hotel on to Beale Street...Bikes Bikes everywhere! It really added to the cool bluesy air of Memphis. Our first stop was BB Kings Live and it was the perfect spot to start off the night. Their house band ...
... in urban communities.
Memphis is an interesting city in so much as, it has obviously been a wealthy place. The architecture in the downtown area is grand and imposing, with beautiful detailing. The Main Street has beautiful streetcars (trams) running down the centre, and they are only a dollar to use. There is a real push to get tourism flourishing, ...
We are in Horn Lake Mississippi! This is a new state for our family to visit and we are excited about it.
The trip to Memphis from Nashville was a fairly easy one. It is 211 miles and we made it in about 4 hours hauling the campers. I know a lot of people asked where we were going and staying so that was the main reason for doing this blog (and to keep my uncle filled in on our wear abouts). Since the ...