Ramada Limited Horn Lake
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... from it and try other bars, the music was so good. The people were so friendly. We met this guy from Kentucky who kept coming and talking to us as he wanted to hear our accent and I really liked his so we had lots of chats. There were several groups of young girls on what we would call a "hens" party but they weren't having to do silly things. After a few bars we did a walk but ...
... and as we get closer to downtown Memphis we spot a huge amount of people getting ready to take part in the march. The people and the police are out in force. We decide to take the opportunity to check it all out, so we find a nice spot on the sidewalk and settle in to check out the action. Early on in the march it was pretty clear which High School invested money into thier bands and which High Schools did not. ...
... 30 min wait we were greeted by a friendly local cop who was frisking everyone before they were allowed to proceed. But once you got on the street it was worth it, the whole place was alive with excited chatter, guitar chords and stinging vocals coming from every doorway. The police presence was immense and made us wonder how we'd react if this was the scene on a typical Saturday back in the UK....made us wonder even more how we'd afford it! But as ...
... a fortune and started building a children's hospital and research centre - it's hundreds of beds and an amazing achievement to leave behind.
The ducks at the Peabody hotel were hilarious - complete with the Duckmaster and rode down in the lift from the Duck Palace, on the roof. Originally, after a hunting trip the general manager of the Peabody has a few too many Jack Daniels. They had live duck decoys in ...
... br> Can't wait to come home,
Hello friends, family, etc.,
It is hard to believe we only have 1 week left on our tour of NC, Tenn, Miss. Noah mentioned Mud Island in his post, and that is a small island that sits beside the Riverwalk and can be reached by Monorail or a footbridge that goes over the Monorail (you can also drive onto Mud Island, but what fun is that?).
We again visited the Memphis Visitor's Center ...