Suburban Extended Stay Bartlett
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... so maybe it's at one of them! Was really amusing to see all the Americans crowding round the John Deere tractor though lol The whole place just seemed to be way too commercialised to us, we were amazed at the Lisa Marie plane though, would have loved to have flown on that! We went for kfc where I thought was getting burger & fries but got a biscuit instead of ...
... ducks, the hotel had accustomed a homemade penthouse for the ducks including a pool area totally random but cute and quirky, upon checking out the ducks we bumped into the duck-master who offered us tales about Memphis and it's famous residents. I could of listened to him all day, his tales we're engrossing and intriguing. Looking down over Memphis from the hotel and listening to the cool tales that have come from it was a completely surreal feeling, would of loved to ...
After two very short flights, we arrived in Nashville mid-afternoon and checked in to our very nice Airbnb accommodation. We put on some extra clothes as it was a bit chillier than Waxhaw and went for a walk in search of food before the concert at the Ryman Auditorium. We found a little arcade with a bunch of food stalls but is really only set up for the lunch crowd. But we managed to find ...
... just across the river in Arkansas) in the 40's and 50's, clubs opened a lot later than inMemphis, and they encouraged all races to mix and share music and dance. Encouraged by this several musicians collaborated to write songs from their own backgrounds, hence Soul.
Museum is fascinating and I could've spent a day in here easily. Lots more inspiring and interesting stories in this place.
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... that come straight into my head. I met her in a gin soaked barroom in Memphis... To play on Beale you have to be the best. They group I saw where so good it was easy. They hit the right spot for me when they started playing the traditional, slow and painful early blues tunes. Ohh it was good, the feel the pain through the music. You know the tunes I mean, lyrics like I got a mean hearted woman, but I love her just the same, the black guy on lead vocals and harp blew so hard it makes ...