BEST WESTERN Galleria Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was, once we climbed ALL the stairs with our heavy suitcases! My pet hate is lugging kids and suitcases - taxi's are the way to go for me and I vowed they could take the train on their own next time.
We arrived at the airport for our Southwest flight to Memphis, which arrived 20mins early. Our travelling friends said there was a bus from the airport to the hotel, which I assumed was a ...
Early morning surprise surprise! It's GRACELAND TIME! I'm so excited I may just wet myself!! We got breakfast and brought it to the room, we got bagels for dinner and couple of bagels for tomorrow morning when we are travelling because we don't want to be buying anything in the airport! Plus we love a good picnic! Again it was like a ghost town, I know it's a Saturday but there isn't anyone walking the streets or cars anywhere, it was like labour day, we could look down ...
... a huge Penecostal church. That might have been in Arkansas, not sure. I've never seen a huge Penecostal church. We also saw a guy driving a Jeep Cherokee with no doors smoking a cigar.
We went by Whataburger for lunch. Tyler loved them in Texas. There's one in Fernandina, but it's not the same. I got a burger with jalapenos and avocado. I couldn't finish it, but it was really good.
Today was a really ...
... It had lots of artifacts and letters.
After the museum, we went for a walk to kill some time before heading out to the Grand Ole Opry. No one I had heard of was playing, but still bloody amazing. Again, we got excellent seats. In fact we were sat just behind the Opry's most loyal fan. He had been attending the Opry every Saturday night for 42 years. So cool. Everyone performing gave him a nod. ...
... died the year I was born), it's probably for the best that he is simply remembered for the way he touched so many millions of lives in his short life, instead of growing old and going into politics or, far worse, having his own reality TV show!
Anyway, I hit the road again (listening to Elvis on the stereo) and head for Paris, Texas. After a few hours, when it gets dark, I tune into Ibiza global radio for some techno to keep me going.