Residence Inn Memphis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a quick stop to get an impression of the inner old town, saw the Bill Clinton library (Clinton lived in Little Rock during his time as governor of Arkansas),
and enjoyed some local gumbo for lunch, before we head out to Memphis.
Important geographical milestone: the Mississippi river! Crossing it ...
... in by the droves. There were several hundred of them lining the street for two blocks. A third block was also blocked off for them but it had not yet filled up. Music came from the many venues on the street and people were walking the sidewalks while the drinking establishments hocked cheap beer. The further from the action the cheaper the beer got.
Harley was once again the attention magnet. Guys and girls alike stopped to spend some time with ...
... her guitar. There were percussion instruments too for those who had big ideas, so we all sang and played along and for a while we had a bus load of Elvises (Elvii?).
There was a visit to the holy shrine for guitarists, the Gibson factory shop to consider a purchase.The salesmen there like to chat about all the hits they've played guitar on. Intimidated, we just bought a guitar pick.
... br> had done it for us, so we went back to our rooms with our bags.
Once in the room, i unpacked, did some sink washing, used the WiFi, then decided to go for a walk. By now it was sunny again, so i went down Beale street, took a few pictures, walked
around, did a bit of exploring then went to a grocery store, got some beer, went back to the hotel, repacked my bags, watched a movie, used the WiFi, then got ready for dinner.
The plan for dinner ...
Wake up to sunshine and 6 degrees C which is a record so far. Have to turn the furnace on to warm up the RV.
Head out on highway 78 West to Memphis. Decide to stay at Tom Sayer RV Park which is right on the Mississippi River across from Memphis in Arkansas. The park is very nice with level spots with views of the River. We setup and get organized, relax and figure out what we want to see in ...