Country Hearth Inn
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Clean little motel, comfortable, close to everything, room rate was Motel 6 advertised rate
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... to the ‘Pyramid’ to watch the setting sun. Much more than just a "hunting, shooting ‘n fishing" retail outlet, the Pyramid also has dining and lodging options and several huge aquariums. After riding the tallest free-standing elevator in America, you are at the apex standing on glass-floored observation decks 300ft above the City - a superb vantage point to watch the setting sun, with the Hernando DeSoto Bridge in the foreground.
Then tour some of the old section of Memphis.
For BBQ try Central BBQ. Their wet rub is really good. The dry rub was just a little dry. A full rack of ribs and four sides for 2 is just $24. http://cbqmemphis.com/
Then it is off to Beale Street. Beale Street is where the Blues got started, or ...
... first stop was a bit of brunch, not that we eat out often, but we stopped at the self proclaimed world famous Gus's fried chicken. This place looked like an absolute dive from outside and in, but the food was very tasty and set us up nicely for our day. We next pulled up to the National Civil Rights Museum, which contained a lot of information regarding the slave trade, and the fight for equality since. This museum was placed here, because it was at the exact site ...
... mountains. No one is here. Raining now. Last night we had a severe thunderstorm with much rain. On leaving this morning, just as I passed a tree with the coach, a tree on the side of hill came dow, crushing a near by camper. I guess we just live right. Tomorrow we hope to make Nashville. On the road, ...
... music.. it turned into "the place to be" for black and white people looking for good music in the late 60's.
Today it is an eclectic mix of Bars, stores and eateries with lots of live music. It is Sunday night so it is pretty quiet but we still manage to find an outdoor bar which has great live music.. in fact they have 3 bands in the 2 hours we are around.
**How GOOD is Memphis, they let ...