Super 8 Millington
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... first and actually got very little information. They do not have a trolley tour here and the bus hop-on just goes to various places with no information. The bus tours last anywhere from 2 to 6 hours and I knew we didn’t want to do those so we found out that there was a lot of parking downtown so we headed there. I especially wanted to see the ducks at Peabody Hotel plus I just wanted to see the hotel. Indeed it is beautiful, well worth ...
... and his wife Merritt who I met through work and is now posted to Memphis so they knew the best places to go for dinner and then to the famous Beale Street. Rendezvous, a local restaurant operating since 1948 and served the most unbelievable beef brisket which all four off us had and when the Royals came to town they shut the streets and restaurant down just for them and I can totally understand why! Beale Street is very cool, a ...
... from other tourists.
The mansion itself is big enough, but nowhere as big as you might imagine. Inside it is a mix of modest country boy (the kitchen) and ostentatious rock star (most of the rest of the place). It is a place you must see once, but you really wont need to go back too many times.
Our second stop was something of a pilgrimage for me. In a tiny handbuilt studio at706 Union Avenue, music was changed forever, ...
... Between lunch and dinner, we shopped and bought me another pair of western boots that have been sent home, and we stopped at a music bar (not sure which, there are so many of them, and they all have live music, always). We had a few to drink, and really needed dinner, hence Demo's.
We had a slower start the following day. We took a shuttle to downtown after walking through the markets. As we ...
... we were today. It was really good, and again felt like we were experiencing the beginning of rock and roll. But that is the only good thing about Memphis! It is a seedy, dilapidated, run down city. It needs a whole lot of TLC to bring this blighted city up to standard. Thankfully I booked us a room in a boutique hotel across the Mississippi on Mudd Island which is safe and pretty. Tonight we went down to Beale Street, but left after an hour. Seedy, drunks, mostly local, and ...