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... of weeks to think about his answer but we truly hope he makes the right decision and can choose the holiday!
We had a great time and spent all afternoon absorbing the atmosphere, listening to the music and wandering around all the exhibits, and then it was back to Mac for the night. The rain started pouring almost the minute we were back ‘home’ and we had a few leaks to contend with again and set up some buckets ...
... in early. Really early! I don't know if it was the fact we looked awful, or that we had dumped our bags all over the lobby area, or if the guy was just in a generous mood, but within minutes we were headed for the elevator with our keys in our hands. What a result!
After crashing out for a few hours, we woke up feeling a little more refreshed and headed out to explore downtown Memphis. It didn't take us long to find the famous Beale Street, and as it was a ...
... in 1968. At the moment, half of the museum is closed for renovation, and although it does its best to chronicle the steps in America´s continuing struggle for equality, Blair thought there was too much focus on the assassin, James Earl Ray.
Away from the museum, the heart of Memphis´s music scene, Beale St, was humming on a Sunday afternoon. A friendly liquored-up crowd cheered on bartenders from various pubs and ...
... housed such greatness in the 1950s and 60s. A free shuttle took us from Sun Studios to Elvis Presley's Graceland. At Graceland you get given a headset which delivers a 1hr audio tour of Elvis mansion. This place was well worth the visit. Unfortunately you don't get to see upstairs out of respect...... kind of glad his house has not totally sold out. His cars and aeroplanes are amaze-balls. Returning to Memphis we got reunited with our fresh laundry. ...
... my mom’s family), Rummikub used to be a big deal. I remember my grandpa playing it with my great uncle, my great aunt and whichever cousins were around. They would play during our annual vacation in Ogunquit, Maine. There would be a good deal of protestation and laughter during play. It is pretty similar to the Rummy card game, but is somehow more fun with tiles instead of cards. I explained to Mike that my mom is like a maniac when she plays. She moves all these tiles ...
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