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Travel Blogs from Memphis
... on where to go if we want a nightclub. After some more strolling we ended up back in Handy Park where we got a catfish sandwich for Lisa, who at this time, was absolutely starving!
Late at night we headed back to the hotel and got straight into bed!
The next day we decided to explore Memphis a bit more. We went to a recommended eatery, based on what we have read. The place is called Blues City Café. I had some ribs, and Lisa had some more catfish ...
... to be when passing through the birthplace of rock and roll. We tried to cram it all in - quick turn around and we were on a tourbus to Graceland to see the Presley mansion. A trip back in time, past Heart break hotel, the 1970s decor redefined wall to wall carpeting to include a matching green shag carpet on the ceiling (apparently providing exceptional acoustics), white leather couches, animal carved wooden furniture. Alex was jealous of the man cave which included ...
... of weeks to think about his answer but we truly hope he makes the right decision and can choose the holiday!
We had a great time and spent all afternoon absorbing the atmosphere, listening to the music and wandering around all the exhibits, and then it was back to Mac for the night. The rain started pouring almost the minute we were back ‘home’ and we had a few leaks to contend with again and set up some buckets ...
... it. History does repeat itself.
Tomorrow we head to a new state... stay tuned to see where we'll head!
Once again internet at this park is hit or miss. If you go all the way to the front of the park by the store, you can get a good signal. The signal in our camper at night stinks... guess where I write this?
We will publish this tonight but will add photos later as they seem to take the longest to upload.
Didn't have far to go this morning as Clarksdale wasn't far from Memphis. Found a car park lot at the end of Beale St so it was nice & central, bonus was, it was only $5 for all day & night. Walked up to the Civil Rights Museum & the Lorraine Hotel, where Martin Luther King Jnr was assassinated in 1968. Chatted with one of the museum workers who grew up in the time of segregation, as he was black it was very ...