Memphis-I-240 At Thousand Oaks Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of you on Facebook, I think Sue has posted video on her page.
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After witnessing the march we moved on to he home of the king. Once again Sue toured the mansion while the boys and I hung out on a beautiful morning in the sun.
... it out. Lamps on the walls, but they had NO switches. Oh they were wired. We are laughing. Clapping our hands, That would be cool. Still no light. I found this black knob under a lamp and pushed it around. It felt like it would snap. So I tried unscrewing it and presto! Let there be light and there was. The revelation was that we had "electric" lights but they all had "gas" type switches, like think gas lanterns! How quaint and annoying at 1:30am in the morning. We ...
I spent the morning doing some work, then drove out to the Memphis airport (which was a very easy drive on a Sunday morning). My flights were all more or less on time. The club at IAH was nearly empty ... can tell it's not a day for business travel, but the airport itself felt crowded. Arrived home and caught BART, which was the source of most delays on my trip home. Tried a new restaurant ... the amuse bouche was the best part of the ...
... of the competition
--Ubon--ribeye steak sandwich with their special sauce; won't find a better sandwich!
--Black Jack Barbeque--fantastic pulled pork and ribs; four different sauces--loved his presentation. The"Big Red Rig" smoker is really old and no longer made. Food for the Southern Soul is the name of his place in North Carolina and the company that sells the sauces.
--Quality Fine Swine--had ...
... record a song for his mother and the office manageress recorded it for him. It was Elvis Presley. The manageress badgered Sam Phillips, who owned the studio, to record him but it wasn't until a year later that Elvis finally recorded.
When he did, he didn't have any musicians, so a couple of C&W artists backed him. It wasn't until the end of the session that Phillips was convinced. Only when Elvis sung his version of an old ...