Travelers Inn And Suites Memphis
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... to the boll weevil. In addition to the photos and other visuals that trace the story of cotton, there was a special exhibit called "Faulkner’s World" that looks at the world of William Faulkner’s Oxford, MS. The Exploration Hall offers great hands-on activities for children of all ages.
... areas display faux-fur
covered sofas, ugly carpeted walls and ceilings (part time recording studio). I say Don’t Be Cruel, Rip It Up! It’s gross and leaves you All Shook Up. Elvis’ over 150 awards and countless gold and platinum records line the walls and his crazy performance jumpsuits are on
display. Big business, all about the Money, Honey.
Over the huge bridge which crosses the mighty muddy Mississippi, we touched down in Arkansas
at a campground right on the West Bank of Ol' Muddy, 10 miles drive from the city.
We sit in the sun (for it is shining) looking across the water and at other peoples bigger motorhomes. Huge barge convoys power up and down the river ...
... 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 ...
... tips on where to go in Memphis. I've given up trying to refrain from practising my Southern accent in the presence of genuine Southern folk, I just jump right on in there and soak it all up, and guess what, they love it, they are warm lovely people and enjoy having a laugh.
Nick's special treat for us today is a trip to Wal-Mart, I can't tell you how excited we all were. Today was also grocery shopping day so as usual we were split into groups ...