Motel 6 Memphis Northeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... going if it wasn’t already. I didn’t need the help but it smelled good anyway.
We were greeted and seated and given menus. I went right for the plate that had a variety of meats since I wanted to sample different things. I got the “Big Daddy” thank you very much. It came with your choice of three meats; ribs (dry rub or wet), pork shoulder, smoked sausage, smoked turkey or smoked chicken. I opted for ...
On the 1st April we charged up to Memphis for a ride on a Mark Twain style riverboat cruise of the Mississippi. It was fun. We then had dinner with Tara's (from Seattle) brother and his family. They served us up some awesome Tennessee BBQ –no this is not the outdoor version, but pulled pork and slaw with lashings of sauce. They had kindly arranged for us to stay with a friend, which meant we had separate bedrooms, clean fluffy towels and he even did a ...
... when I ask is there somewhere I can get some food from the girl upstairs tells me their is an Organic farmers market downstairs in the creepy car park (it's not as creepy through the day) so I find the greasiest thing I can in this very clean market and take my time eating the hotdog. Also someone makes me a kale, spinach, kiwi and something else juice - seems to do the trick. After much queuing and my new lovely friend taking most of the hell queue on while I feel sorry for ...
... View where sitting in a park strumming a guitar and singing with your friends is normal. In Flat Pickers Park, virtually everyday, or at numerous porches around town, one can see and hear more than a pinch of Irish and Scottish fiddle, African banjo, guitars, mandolins, dulcimers, autoharps and arguably the greatest instrument of all, the human voice. It's easy to listen and easy to join in. Mention to any yokel that you're a musician and you'll be invited to play a song. This happened ...
... s, and I was even able to get a photo with the microphone that Elvis used to record his first album.
Next I wanted to checkout Graceland, Elvis’s mansion. The self-guided audio tour took me through the mansion (which was in its original state from when he passed in 1977 (many of the items dated from the late 50’s and 60’s)), Elvis’s grave, a collection of his automobiles and his two jet planes. It was a very fascinating tour and great insight into his ...