WoodSpring Suites Memphis Southeast
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... their corporate center. Some of the signs we saw mentioned public tours of some of the facilities. I’m guessing we won’t be doing that, although I bet it is quite interesting.
We then headed downtown to check out a barbeque place called Rendezvous, which our friend Pat suggested. It is only a few blocks from the famous Beale Street. When we drove by there, the police had the street closed to cars, as is the norm. There weren’t ...
... Ruby’s copy was clearly well loved and used. Every good Amish woman has this cookbook, it’s not for sale in stores, it was specifically written for the Amish community. So we feel pretty special having one each, and we had her tell us her favourite recipes. All in all, it was an amazing experience. We never thought we would get to spend the night with an Amish family or have them show us around. There we were just hoping for a picture of a carriage on the street! ...
... Apple juice. YUMM.
We then walked to the Peabody Hotel to visit the infamous Peabody ducks. We saw them in the pond, however did not get a chance to see them doing there march.
Went to Graceland. Elvis's home in Memphis. What an amazing afternoon. We spent 4 hours here and saw the Mansion, the Planes, the Cars... It was so much better than I could have imagined. ...
... but we've been in a car and joined at the hip to each other for three weeks now and we both wanted to get caught up on stuff. The food was so so SO good. I got beef brisket and Tyler got the full rack of ribs. We wolfed our food down. I could even cut my meat with a plastic fork. Service is really fast and they just put a pitcher of sweet tea on our table. Oh yea, the tea was even really good. When we left, we walked outside and it ...
We spent the morning packing and surfing the net. Have finally settled on our route for the rest of the trip, so have booked most of the travel anyway. It's amazing how long this takes! Once we'd finished we grabbed a cab into the city and left our luggage at the train station, before heading to Beale street. A famous Memphis street - for blues/music. We headed on up to B B Kings Blue Bar - a great place with a fantastic band playing. ...