InTown Suites Memphis Southeast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got on the road this morning headed for Memphis. We made a few uninteresting stops at gas stations and what not for the essentials but our lunch stop was at a rest stop which was becoming the norm. While we were there, there was this adorable sausage puppy and we spoke in detail about our plans to kidnap it and keep it. The plan wasn't flawed in any way at all. :/ We continued driving and made it to our campsite in the early arvo. Our camp ground was called Graceland and all ...
... snipper. We stood in the very room where Luther King was staying (in the Lorraine Motel) and went onto the balcony where he was assignated, quite a strange experience.
After our afternoon of history we headed to Beale Street to check out the action and see what all the hype was about! Memphis is the self proclaimed BBQ capital of the states and its speciality is BBQ pork. After carefully selecting the resturant ...
... s, This time for breakfast. It was maybe a little bit not as good as lunch, but it was still magnificent. We did not need food for the rest of the day, which was a good thing as we were going to be on a small plane with no facilities to Memphis that afternoon.
So, we flew to Memphis on an 8 passenger plane. It was quite an experience. Pretty good fun actually, really intimate. ...
... br> having lunch i got a notification on my phone that there was some
flash flooding in the area, i could see that with my own eyes. On
the way back to the hotel the wind started picking up, and so did the
rain, so i tried taking shelter where possible, but i did get back to
the hotel, but the umbrella i had was broken.
At the hotel, i cleaned up, used the WiFi, uploaded some
pictures, relaxed, watched some Stargate, repacked bags, then in the
... turn (I’m not a good navigator) and ended up on a narrow rocky dirt road with no cell reception. We climbed through the hills for about an hour, and every house we went past (not many) had signs up saying ‘No trespassing’ and stuff. We were a little worried about getting a flat tire, walking up to a house and having someone pointing a rifle at us! We made it out though with no problems.
Driving through the countryside all over the USA so ...