Key West Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we went to the pool for about 45 minutes, then relaxed in the room some more. When it was about 5:30 we drove back into Memphis along Route 51. Jean wanted to go to a Krystal to try the "pups". As we were eating our dinner, the sky darkened, the trees were swaying heavily, and it began to pour. We left Krystal and went over to a Krispy Kreme for our dessert. Because of the rain, we decided to take them back to the B&B. Along the ...
... bleed, but feels so good. That's enough for Memphis, we only had a couple of nights. We leave in the morning and I hope the blog does it justice. The city itself if flat and ugly really, with old square, swat buildings all mean and impersonal. Its the people that make it. Most of them black, which is very noticeable now after time in Aus where you don't see so many. I love the sweet and sugar accents too, and the homely smiles you get on every corner. I'm feeling at home here already. ...
... each room. The house is not as big as you might imagine and the upstairs bedrooms (Elvis and Lisa Marie's private rooms) are not part of the tour which probably contributes to it not seeming as big. The grounds are thirteen acres but again seems so much smaller than that but it is probably because there are normal house blocks surrounding Graceland and also Graceland is on Elvis Presley Blvd which is actually part of a highway and very busy. You take ...
... to a band called Sonny Mac and the Mac 3's. Sonny is small of stature but big on performance. It's good rocking blues, and he and Max connect, as Max seems to do with a number of these blues men. Next thing Max is up playing with them, both on keys and then on guitar. It's so cool watching this tall skinny white boy from some far off land raise a smile from real blues musos. There is also ...
... the new FedEx basketball arena and the baseball stadium Autozone Park. We then headed to the Peabody Hotel to watch the ducks walk the red carpet, pretty impressive. We then wandered around the mezzanine floor to check out all the memorabilia from old, famous people who have stayed or visited. This week is the Elvis impersonators competition so we saw a few Elvis's walking around and there was a collectible fair at the Peabody. We ...