Days Inn IH 40 & Sycamore View
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... and restautant. Beale Street is to Memphis what Bourbon is to New Orleans. Brash, neon and pumping with blues music, bars line the streets competing with one another with a huge array of artists. We opted for BB King’s based on the strength of reviews of not only the artist who was appearing, but on the reviews of the food! We opted for a plate of ribs which were coated in a spicy Tennessee sauce and were delicious. The artist was playing the music that ...
... left a few hours behind them and witnessed ominous clouds and saturated fields so I knew they had a long hard ride.
On my journey alone from Union City, I was passed by a van. As he attempted to pass a semi ahead of us that was hauling a very wide load, the semi started to move into the passing lane, for no apparent reason and there was only limited shoulder (maybe 24 inches paved) at this point on the road. I ...
... Hotel, plenty of people there, and had a drink to keep the ducks and the duck master company in the beautiful hotel foyer. The guys bought T-shirts in Lanskys - clothier to the King.
Chris and Richard headed back to the hotel so Clive and I headed down to the river and discovered where all the people were - at a huge music festival - happens every May. As does the world's biggest BBQ competition in 2 weeks. We didn't have tickets so we followed the crowds ...
Happy Mother's Day. We drove from Nashville to Memphis on Sunday. We arrived about 3:00 pm in the afternoon. We are staying at Graceland RV Park. That's right, not a KOA. This place is down at the end of Lonely Street just next to the Heartbreak Hotel. I'm not kidding, that's really where it is. That evening we had BBQ dinner catered by Neely's International BBQ. It was pretty good stuff. After dinner, Brian and I drove to downtown Memphis. ...
... edamame (again), I grabbed some chicken pho and an Asahi, and Kelsey had a tofu vegetable curry soup with a plum blossom martini. On the short walk home we laughed, gave a homeless guy on a bicycle a few dollars to get a sandwich, and took a bunch of stupid photos of each other.
Back in our room, we sorted out all of our luggage, and then got ready for sleep - our 11 hour bus to New Orleans leaves at 930AM tomorrow, and we don't want to be late!