Value Place Memphis, TN (Riverdale)
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After visiting 'The king of rock and roll' yesterday, it seemed only fair to visit the other king in Memphis today- ML King that is. We did in fact try and visit the civil rights museum yesterday only to find that it didn't open on a Tuesday, which was why we visited Graceland a day earlier than originally planned. A quick word about Graceland - home of course to Elvis Presley. I have to say I was sceptical at first. I'm not a huge fan of ...
... mile from the campground, and the phone app alerts when fresh donuts are being made. Needless to say, everyone enjoyed fresh donuts especially the little kids.
OUR BBQ REVIEW:
Memphis Barbeque Co for overall taste (glaze, meaty, tender).
Marlowe's for their wonderful smoky flavor.
Central and Blues City would be the second choices.
Rendezvous was the least ...
... beautiful, well designed with a mixture of well established large trees and flowers and cottage plants. Also worth a visit.
While we have been here Memphis has continued to baffle us. You see old photographs of the main streets where it seems to have been a thriving city, for example, in the 1950's. Yet so much now looks down at heel, many closed businesses, shops and boarded up buildings. There are large office towers near where we are staying but you never ...
... were able to get him off the dance floor was that the band took a break plus our dinner had arrived.
We left shortly after dinner before the next band come on for fear of not being able to tear Zach away. As soon as we got outside, about 8:45pm, we noticed the street was bustling and buzzing with tourists, people out for a big Saturday night, music coming out of every bar, plus a rather large police presence. There was a loud band in the bar across the ...
... 8211; not just towards African-Americans. I happened to be reading from a display about various kinds of discrimination while standing by a boy in a wheelchair who appeared to be a quadriplegic – it made me think of discrimination towards those with disabilities…….and how he might feel reading those displays!