Key West Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... hundreds of runners. There was a huge American flag flying from the top of a crane/ladder of the local fire engine. There were some young chaps doing complicated somersaults, with a tiny topless black girl joining in, and hundreds of people about, many of them well-dressed blacks. Took our photos and returned to the hotel on the shuttle bus. They have a good system for the fares. You just feed a $1 note in, no ...
... in the states is a fraught business. Normally you get given a half in bars so when someone offers you a tall beer you think, oh good a pint! Not always so. Twice tonight I staggered back from the bar with litre plastic buckets. My hat drew several admiring remarks, so a perfect evening all told. Beale street whips bourbon by a country mile, every bar is playing decent live music and we had two genius experiences last night. Bye bye Memphis, Nashville ...
... set foot and recorded here, this for me was a personal highlight. Seeing and standing where Elvis, Jonny cash, and Bob Dylan recorded was magical. Our tour guide was enthusiastic without being corny, his story's of past artists was inspiring. Having a picture with Elvis's mic was great souvenir to take away. We had catch taxi back to camp around 5pm as we missed the shuttle bus. Camp was now full with two ...
... see all of the highlights of the city without the aggravation of finding our way around. All were interesting but a favorite was the march of the ducks at the Hotel Peabody. We returned today to downtown on our own to get more BBQ , had it yesterday as well, and to do more looking around. Nice city with great ...
... the reason why the international bbq festival in Memphis sucks.
So, our Nashville buddy Ozzy Mark, J and myself all went in to Memphis last night and thought that we'd lucked out big time by stumbling in to the city during a huge food festival. We were led to believe by the event website that the $9 entry fee would provide us with a couple of hours of free samples and good banter from the world's best bbq cooks. While this may well have been the case during the day, I don't know, ...