InTown Suites Memphis Southeast
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... we carried on around the rest of the museums, including Elvis's back story and how he grew up. By far the highlight up to this point was Elvis's planes, the jumbo was incredible fitted with only the best fixtures and fittings. This was the life of superstar, he brought it for $200 thousand and spent further $800 thousand on the refurb. Ice cream followed before the plain ridiculous. We had to wait for ...
So most of today was spent at the conference, but I did get out a bit in the morning to walk down the riverwalk to see the Pyramid. This is a giant glass pyramid, apparently originally built as a sports and entertainment venue. I guess a pyramid makes sense because this is Memphis on the Mississippi, resembling (in no way) Memphis on the Nile. The pyramid had some problems at the beginning, ...
I didn't wake up too well. Sam says I was hungover. I was not. I simply felt ill, had a blazing headache and could not get out of bed. These are not the same thing at all. The embarrassing thing about this is that I only had 4 beers, and didn't actually get drunk the previous night on Beale St.
Despite my protests and begging, Sam dragged me downtown where we found ourselves at the National Rock and Soul museum. We got a pass to enter ...
... night to a full continental breakfast served in an upmarket restaurant.
The hotel overlooks the Mississippi River and is part of a village of residential houses complete with their own shops incorporated into the buildings (the shops just look like a residential house), a place we could definitely live.
The first afternoon at the River Inn we took a long walk along the river. After coming from New York state ...
... in early. Really early! I don't know if it was the fact we looked awful, or that we had dumped our bags all over the lobby area, or if the guy was just in a generous mood, but within minutes we were headed for the elevator with our keys in our hands. What a result!
After crashing out for a few hours, we woke up feeling a little more refreshed and headed out to explore downtown Memphis. It didn't take us long to find the famous Beale Street, and as it was a ...