Wingate by Wyndham Cordova / Memphis
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where Robert Johnson sold his sold to the devil in exchange for being able to play the blues, is actually just over the railroad at a hump where two roads meet. So we drive to see it, and miss it! A quick turn around, and we are on it. There's nothing to see but scruffy grass and weeds and a rough piece of road. So we head off to another famed sight where he was ...
... to get on the correct bus, what we don't do is get off at the correct stop - we have gone too far! We must walk back, it's 38degreesC, we still haven't eaten anything all day. We walk along Tillman Street - aka Memphis Ghetto (think the 'rough streets' from the film Blind Side), we spend a little time pretending like this was all fine and we would soon be on a different road. 20mins later and we admit that this was the ...
We slept ok considering the storm. No damage to us or our car. Apparently a tornado touched down in our county but fizzled after a few minutes. We stopped at Denny's for breakfast. Tim ordered a custom made milkshake if vanilla ice cream, half and half (milk and cream), white chocolate chips and maple syrup. Tasted ok but the maple was a bit over powering. After our $10 breakfast (that's together) of 2 eggs, 2 pancakes, 2 sausages, 2 bits of toast and hash browns ...
... since we arrived Stateside in early June - but this sun refers to 'Sun Studio', where Elvis was first recorded.
We walked Beale Street, said to be the home of Rock and Roll, a bit tacky [even worse than Blackpool!] but had to be done. Found a great drink in one of the bars - a Blue Velvet. Half pint cider topped with half-pint stout and capped with a shot of port [Gillian - you'd love it!!] .... yum. Think this may become a favourite.
... the world, so the process is a slow a meticulous one. Orville Gibson founded the company in 1894 and to this day they use his patented methods, like no nails or screws to build each guitar. The workers on the final assembly table even have to be able to play the guitar because once they’ve put all the final touches on each one, they have to play it and make sure they’re happy with the way it sounds.