Key West Inn Tunica
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... on sending me back to the Interstate 40 time and time again. Maybe it's trying to tell me something so I give in and cruise down the Interstate for the next three hours, to a soundtrack of Johnny Cash (at Folsom Prison) and Bob Dylan (Highway 61 Revisited).
Hotwire sends me to the Madison (Downtown) where they kindly upgrade me to a suite. Dinner is ribs and beer at Charles Vergo's Rendezvous - a Memphis institution.
... healthy meals!
Beale Street is famous for its music; many of the eateries and street corners feature live music. The street becomes a pedestrian mall in the afternoon and evening so that everyone can drink, dance and have fun on the street, a real street party. It reminds us of our time in New Orleans.
We spent the afternoon cruising on the Mississippi River. We took a paddle boat tour that was narrated by a ...
... street to listen to the music and do a bit of sight seeing, this place is sort of like a blues version of old vegas with less flashing lights but the same party feel. One thing that is a vast difference to Nashville is the big police presence, they are at every entrance to the Beale Street area and as the night gets later they are checking ID's and bags as well as doing body scans. After a while We go back to the motel to rest up before our big day at Graceland ...
... way for the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Museum, but it was too far off the road. If we are ever in the area again, we will probably try to go back there because it sounded interesting!
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... person to start a self serve grocery store in the 1920's and started the Piggly Wiggly chain in the South. He went bankrupt before the mansion was ever finished. It is now owned by the city of Memphis and is quite a nice museum and IMAX theater. We saw the movie Born to be Wild while we were there. After we returned we had a quick dinner in the motor home and headed back to Beale Street. Brian and I went on a two hour walking Ghost Tour. ...