Memphis Marriott East
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... in Memphis was, but it was dead.
We headed off to the Fed Ex Forum after dinner, as we had pre-booked NBA tickets to watch the Memphis Grizzlies play the New Orleans Pelicans. Memphis is suppose to be the best crowd in the league, however the place was mainly empty. After a long couple of hours, we wandered home alone Beale Street (which was also dead) and back to the hotel.
... bought it for $100,000. It was called Graceland because the people who owned it before had it made as a present to them from a woman named Grace; so no special meaning really. Inside was flashy! The kitchen not so much. He had a jungle room where the carpet was on the ceiling and walls as well as the floor, an indoor waterfall, it was crazy! We weren't allowed upstairs because he was a private man and out of respect Lisa Marie won't allow people up there. The house ...
... not talking to each other.... but we've been in a car and joined at the hip to each other for three weeks now and we both wanted to get caught up on stuff. The food was so so SO good. I got beef brisket and Tyler got the full rack of ribs. We wolfed our food down. I could even cut my meat with a plastic fork. Service is really fast and they just put a pitcher of sweet tea on our table. Oh yea, the tea was even really ...
After two very short flights, we arrived in Nashville mid-afternoon and checked in to our very nice Airbnb accommodation. We put on some extra clothes as it was a bit chillier than Waxhaw and went for a walk in search of food before the concert at the Ryman Auditorium. We found a little arcade with a bunch of food stalls but is really only set up for the lunch crowd. But we managed to find ...
... low-cost housing and other initiatives to support civil liberties. Her point is that King spent his life fighting for equal rights, and the last thing he would want from his death is for exorbitant amounts of money to be spent on a shrine for him instead of towards furthering his cause for the people. She’s got a good point, in my opinion.
We went back to the hotel to Skype Alyssa for her 5th birthday. She had just ...