Residence Inn Memphis East
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Travel Blogs from Memphis
Clarkesdale is a really cool little place, but we are finding all the deep fried food too too too much. So we have checked out a cafe that has been suggested to us. And yes, fresh food and they don't own a deep fryer!! In fact, we have dinner here as well just to make sure we don't end up with another round of southern fry up.
There's quite a lot to see in the few streets ...
... we lit a campfire and chatted the evening to a finish. The following day consisted of travelling slightly more north to the famous landmark known as Niagara Falls. We started off in a town called Buffalo, NY. As we got closer to the falls, you could see just how strong the current really is. The falls itself are astonishing. Seeing water crash down at such a sheer speed really is something, and not to mention the Maid in the mist tour which was included. ...
Today we visited the Sun Studio museum in Memphis. Beautiful old building with still does recordings at night. Many famous musos recorded here, including Elvis of course. Will have to ask Ed the names of the others and get back to you on that. Should have written it down at the time. One of the pics shows 4 fairly well knowns. You will probably recognise them. We got to touch a guitar owned by Johnny Cash, and ...
... time to shed our jackets! I was planning to stop for fuel round the 120 mile distance, but had to continue to 160 before we came across a gas station, I was getting concerned I might run out of fuel as gas stations was a long way apart! We pushed on and got to the Heartbreak Hotel in plenty of time to check in and then do the Gracelands tour, the house is smaller than you would imagine by today's standards but guessing when Elvis brought it it was ...
... pass through... and of course you have to stay at the Heart Break Hotel, which isn't that special but really funny... I think we were the youngest people they have ever seen walk through the door because we didn't have a walker and adult depends on. They even had a bingo tournament going on when we arrived! It was hilarious!
We finished the night with a really nice dinner at Andrew Michael Italian restaurant, which was arranged by PBs friend Springer. It was a great day in Memphis.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center