Econo Lodge Downtown Memphis
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Cheap and cheerful
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... for Nashville, the home of country music but not before getting a chance to see the Lorraine Motel, now the national civil rights museum on the way out. It’s famous for the location of the assassination of Martin Luther King jr as he addressed the crowd from the balcony of the motel. We didn’t have time for the museum but the location itself was good to see, awful to learn about. Nashville bound! ...
Trolley Station has a large lot that is free. All-day trolley pass $3.50. This is definitely the way to do downtown (as long as you're not staying past midnight when they lock up the lot).
Took the River Trolley loop all the way around to see the ...
... broccoli. I had a glass of Sav Blanc and Dave had a Bud Light and for dessert I had key lime pie and Dave had Mississippi mud cake. We nearly had to roll back to our hotel room we were so full. Tug's was absolutely packed as it is also open to the public not just the guests of the River Inn. We loved the southern hospitality and have fallen in love with the Memphis accent even more than the Nashville accent.
We only had ...
... After the tour was completed I jumped on the free shuttle bus bound for Graceland. Now, I'm not a big Elvis fan by any stretch, but I do respect what the man has done for music. Having now completed the tour of Graceland and learnt more about his achievements and how he created a new brand of music, I am of no doubt that he deserves the title of the King of Rock n Roll. Yeah, there was the Beatles, U2 and other notable musicians but their collective ...
After spending the night on a bus the last thing you really want is an entire day layover but alas that is what I had. I went walking down the main street looking for breakfast…. But as it turned out almost everything is shut on Sundays.
As I was walking towards what I believed was downtown I came across the Occupy protest, and one of the protesters (although I believe he is homeless and simply uses the protest as a way to legalise living on ...