Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Cordova/Memphis/By Wolfchase Galleria
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... for her taste. Who knew that was even possible.
After the ducks we headed back to the hotel to check in and chilled for a bit then back out for dinner. We stayed downtown and ate at the Majestic Grille on Main. We didn't manage to take up any of the great recommendations Don & Lisa gave us - too much sightseeing to fit in with the girls. We'll have to come back again.
Tomorrow we are off to Greenville but before leaving we will go to Mud ...
... a jumbo jet kitted out inside like a hotel it's amazing, the boy definitely new how to party, I think the next time we fly round the world we should definitely go by Elvis air. We leave Graceland really glad that we decided to come, it's been a great insight into a legend and I think he now has a couple more fans, as there is also a dedicated Elvis radio station here in the states we put him on for the next 3 hours as we head further East. Until next time Thank you very much!! Sam ...
... away and the walls are shabby, but apparently it has great acoustics, and so
this is alright. The highlight of the tour was posing for pictures with the
actual microphone that Elvis and Cash used..there was an actual queue to get to
it, and the poor thing is battered to hell....you have to hold the top bit on
otherwise it flops off!
After thanking Rae and cursing the decibels she could achieve, we headed out
from Sun Studios and ...
... jazz clubs. Needless to say I'm putting my stomach through some serious paces. On the first night, Evan, his brother Connor and I ate at a diner called "Dyer's" on Beale street, right in the heart of Memphis. Dyer's has been open since 1912 and is famous for their burgers. The story behind the diner is also well known. It is said that the grease used to cook the burgers and fries is the original grease used in 1912, and it has ...
One of the benefits of having our own ride is being able to say on a whim, "Fancy going to the birthplace and home of Jack Daniels?" and get on our way. For any of you familiar with the iconic bourbon (all of us) you'll know it's made in Tennessee, but what you might not realise is that every last drop drank the world over is distilled, bottled, and barrelled in a tiny town called Lynchburg, with a population of about 700 ...