Scottish Inns Memphis
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Today it's all about Elvis. We are going to Graceland to check out what all the fuss is about. Everyone around here says it's a must-see, so I reckon we must see it. Besides, how silly would it be to come all this way to Memphis and not go to Graceland?
We are dropped off by the hotel shuttle and soon join the craziness that is Graceland. You get ticketed, then herded out to the shuttle area, everyone has to be photographed (they ...
... downpour as we were partway through putting up our tents! I was soaked by the time we left to look at Beale Street and have dinner at the famous B B King's Blues Club, but the experience was worth it. The live bands we saw were brilliant and we had a good laugh. This morning we had to pack our tents away sopping wet and muddy before most of our group went to Graceland (I stayed behind) and then we set off for ...
... So, we weren’t allowed a taste test on the free tour, but smelling it nearly did the same thing! The tour was excellent, and it’s made using a natural spring and such traditional methods that they almost convinced me it is good for you! We couldn’t believe that every single bottle of Jack’s sold in the world is made here at the distillery in Lynchburg. We were very impressed at that.
Back on the road driving towards Memphis we took ...
... city's history. Biting, whipping winds prevented us from staying outside too long to enjoy it.
Lunching in Blytheville, Arkansas
Lunch at a diner in town. The man beside us was planning on picking up his daughter at the Memphis airport late the next night. We later wondered if that happened since, according to subsequent weather news, Winter Storm Cleon hit Blytheville dead on ...
... all night and after spending most of the night with them they invited us out for dinner the following night and to watch their game, mine then gave me a necklace. We kept drinking and dancing with them and it turned out they were staying at the same hotel as us. Leah and I left and grabbed some food at a café nearby (fried chicken) then started walking back to the hotel however were a bit scared to walk home alone so chatted to some cops who told us the safest way ...