Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Tunica Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and you can tell it's the birthplace of rock and roll, delta blues and rhythm and blues the musicians are incredible and out of this world. Sat there with a beer in one hand, smile of my face, watching Beale street go by and listening to some fantastic music is an experience I will never forget. Today has been one of the best days of my life, I really do not want to leave this amazing city in the morning I am totally in love with this city and it now appears a bit of an Elvis fan ha ...
... each one has been painted a different type of ball. Being a sport fan, Charlie loves the idea of trying to climb on them etc. of course we are instructed to take some photos. After the photo shoot, things start to turn really bad, Charlie was some kind of possessed creature!!! This is the point where things start to go more than a little wobbly with Charlie's attitude and then mine! Lets just say both males had a total flip ...
... get a coat' as they cruised past! Hell even the insults in Memphis are kinda friendly!
It is a fantastically welcoming city although we glimpsed a little of the undercurrent of tension on Saturday night as 70,000 rival college football fans invaded the city! After a great meal in The Flying Saucer (highly recommended if you're ever in town) we strolled down to Beale where we had to queue about 30 mins JUST to get on the street! And to reward us ...
As the title suggests, Memphis was hot. We had a beautiful drive down from Nashville, partly on the Natchez Trail Parkway - could have driven on that forever! It was peaceful and quiet and no McDonalds or Wendys. Sadly, stopping for lunch in one of the beautiful pull in area's we had to leave the serenity of the parkway for the chaos of the highway. We hit our first rainstorm. Classic American Stormy rain - hard hittin and heavy for 5 minutes and then ...
... t too touristy and felt very laid back. Keegan's restaurant had featured on the show Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives and memorabilia from their visit by spiky haired chef Guy Fieri featured heavily. The food was good and the restaurant was full of character. It was busy for Father's Day lunch and it was another place we wished we had a bit more time to stay at. From Indian Rocks beach we travelled up to Clear Water where the heavens opened and we were soon driving through the suburbs ...