As per the usual, the boys let off some steam in the new digs and made sure that every duplo found a home on the carpet.
We found the firefighters museum which was awesome. A little girl was having her birthday party there and gave the boys fire hats and goodies bags. They drove a simulated firetruck, fought a fire and together came up with a plan “get out, go to Andy’s house to wait for mommy and daddy and call 911” Gavin can repeat it to you, Jake nods.
We had some delicious wraps at Wrapzody. We rode the trolley, for $1! We then headed down the infamous Beale St.
There was a drum line playing in the streets that we jammed too. We high tailed it to the Peabody with only a minute to spare and barely saw a tail feather of the ducks. A nice hotel employee gave the kids bath time ducks which were a huge hit and worth it.
Outside on the island there is a scaled down replica of the Southern Mississippi. It was almost the whole length of the island.
Adam and I both loved Memphis. The people were joyous and jovial. Very welcoming, proud and happy.