Americas Best Value Inn/Memphis Airport
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... It has been a tradition in the hotel since the 1930s when Frank Schutt, General Manager of The Peabody, and a friend, Chip Barwick, returned from a drunken weekend hunting trip, bringing back with them live duck decoys and placed them in the fountain. The public loved it so much that they employed a trainer and a tradition was born. After this humourous display, we headed to the bar to plan our evening and then moseyed down to Beale Street to BB ...
... a small town (Glendale) still trapped in the 1800. Had the best Kentucky Fried Chicken at a restaurant in on old southern house. Picked up a few souvenirs from a bric a brac shop....didn't think the lady behind the counter was ever going to stop talking. Our last stop in Kentucky was the Mammoth Caves, the largest cave system in the world, currently 400 miles discovered. We did the Historical tour into the cave.....really interesting, we went ...
... Memphis is certainly all about music. Sun Studios is one must do if you have any interest in rock and roll. Started by Sam Phillips (who is now the subject of a new musical called Sons of Sun, partly created by Murray from the Wiggles - bit of info I picked up in a local free paper) it was the record company that first recorded Elvis and is seen as the birthplace of rock and roll. Here also were launched the careers of Johnny Cash, BB King, Howlin' Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, ...
... to watch the grizzlies vs the thunder, this was part of
the playoffs. The game was great, the atmosphere was something
different, there were lots of people watching this game tonight. The
game went into extra time and finished at 11.30pm, the grizzlies lost
(Memphis). The it was a matter of getting out of the stadium and
finding the meeting point for the group. We were able to do so
without much trouble, then a small section of the group went ...
... with Dave Foullie at Greyhound Memphis.
28 September near Frayser, TN, United States
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