InTown Suites Memphis Southeast
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... and refused to fight anymore- because they couldn't be *****- it was probably so hot they all just wanted a cold beer and some ribs.
We walk from there back up to Beale St and in the hour or so that we have been gone, things haven't changed too much. We find ourselves a bar with some decent live music and get some ribs. We decide to share a plate and both of us end us very full, so we can't figure out how anyone could eat a whole plate to themselves. After about an ...
... got packed up, it was 9:45ish. I had no idea what time it really was until we got in the car to leave. We REALLY needed an earlier start.
We were driving to Memphis and there were a couple things I wanted to see on the way. One was the Oklahoma bombing memorial in Oklahoma City. I also wanted to go by Sid's Diner in El Reno. I had seen it on Man v. Food and they supposedly have these really good burgers Since we ...
... to the Johnny Cash Museum, we stopped at a western boot shop just next door. It had MANY size 5s. I was a little reticent in getting a pair as the post office was not open. But N convinced me that there was enough room in our bags, at least till we get to New Orleans. I didn't need much convincing. I have another pair of boots!
The Johnny Cash Museum was good, but I'm not sure it was worth ...
... good, but spicy! We had some free time before the basketball game tonight, so I went and got a massage and OMG it was the best thing I've ever done!! Sitting on the coach all day has been hard, so it was so good. The basketball game was so fun! It was the Memphis grizzlies verses the golden state, so California. Even though I didn't understand everything that happened I really enjoyed it, it was so much fun and as the game went on I was starting ...
... that they were one family that get together annually for a long weekend. They all had matching family reunion T-shirts on and were about 2/3 of the boat's passengers. Crazy.
After the cruise we walked up Beale St to try and find a taxi to go back to Graceland when we happened to stumble upon the one street that claims to be the birthplace of Blues music, Beale Street. For 3 blocks Beale Street is closed off to cars and it is lined with Blues Bars ...