Residence Inn Memphis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... really tasty and had been brushed with some buttery topping and they were hot out of the oven good. They had a nice consistency and were a bit yeasty, which I liked.
Well, as I figured, I could not eat everything so I took nearly half of it home for another meal. I wanted to try the banana pudding, but I was already too full for that too so I just asked for it to go. No problem. I am eating some now as I write and it was excellent, ...
... lake. How rude. She nearly fell in which warranted screaming.
From there we drove up to Hoosier State Forest in Indiana. This time we paid for a campground. It was awesome. A completely empty forest campground that cost $4 in total! It was dark and in the middle of nowhere. We slept very well that night. The next morning we ended up on a gravel road for ages as the route we were supposed to take was closed because of flooding. We arrived in Chicago that evening ...
... outside the bars. I head into BB Kings, I figure not a bad place to start when it comes to the blues and soul capital. The first band are ace but more rock'n'roll and the second band are class. This Amazon of a woman comes out to join these old blues boys she is huge! Like tall and kind of broad and she can really sing, she's amazing- sings all the songs I know. It's like listening to Blues Brother Soul Sister. Feeling pretty grateful to ...
... be lost to the flotsam-jetsam of digital technology. Our short stay resembled participation in a smallish folk festival, such was the activity. But Mountain View folk assured us this was mild compared to the real McKoy. They meant the Ozark Folk Festival which is held in April. Apart from a smorgasbord of folk, swing, country and gospel performed by local townsfolk as well as pickers from hundreds of miles away, there's an old-fashioned "home-town" parade, which brings out ...
... continues in the backyard in this building that holds many of his awards and memorabilia. Then a path leads to the swimming pool area of the home and behind the swimming pool is an eternal flame and the final resting place of Elvis, his parents, and his grandmother. There is a stone for his twin brother (Jessie) but Jessie's grave is in Tupelo Mississippi where he grew up. I never knew he was a twin. I think his twin died during childbirth but I will have ...