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Travel Blogs from Southaven
... the mansion was amazing - disappointing tho that you don't get to go up stairs. But apparently nobody ever did - except for Elvis. There was a lot of shag carpet around. But the place is a money making machine. It would be pretty hard to predict how many people go through the place in one day! We were staving by this time so Daddio took us to a real Southern BBQ place! And they love their BBQ. Enjoyed some BBQ pork and BBQ spaghetti - yes, spaghetti. And it was ...
... though with Elvis songs playing in our minds it’s onto the next leg of the adventure. We have the width of Tennessee to travel to get to Virginia, a journey we made almost a year ago when we were moving the Trans Am from Dallas to Boston as part of our permanent move there. London was only a few weeks conceived then and we had no idea we would be making the same journey again so soon, this time in a motorhome called Mac who ...
... famous “marching of the ducks”. The Peabody is one of Memphis’ oldest hotels and the duck march started as a drunken prank in 1933, when the owner brought some ducks back to the hotel after a fishing trip. Ever since, at 11am, the ducks come down in the elevator from their Penthouse Suite, march across the lobby, and jump into the fountain, where they spend the day. At 5pm, they head back up.
We arrived early to get a good spot, and I ...
... by Kooky Canucks. Deciding not to indulge in their 4lb (1.8kg) Kookamonga burger challenge (as seen on Man vs. Food), I just drank a couple of litres of root beer and Blair had four coffees (bottomless drinks are NOT a good idea, America!) and a bacon and blue cheese burger. Not exactly Canadian, but anyway. Not keen to return to our campsite from the previous night, we drove over into the state of Mississippi and pulled ...
... for the season BOOOOOO! Oh well, we kept walking around town to see the sights. This is the friendliest town in America, everyone says hello to you on the street from the police to other tourists to the homeless, so different to anywhere else. After Mud Island got canned we were in search of something else and found that Jersey Boys was playing at the Orpheum Theatre. We got there for the 2pm show with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed