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In Travel on
July 12, 2018

How CityPass Saved My Family $100+ In Atlanta

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When we decided on Atlanta as the location of our families trip, I started surfing the web for the fun places we could visit while in town. I kept coming across the same top attractions, and eventually, I stumbled across this fantastic company, CityPass.

I wanted to do a quick rundown of the company that helped us so much on our Atlanta trip. Honestly without CityPass, we wouldn’t have been able to see so many cool attractions during our three days in Atlanta. This company is legit, and I want to dedicate a blog to their awesomeness!

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In Lifestyle, Travel on
July 10, 2018

The Happy Guide To Three Fun Days In Atlanta, Georgia

Wouldn’t it be great if we could go on vacation twice a year for six months? Unfortunately, that’s not the case, though! I recently got back from an excellent vacation to Atlanta, Georgia and I knew I had to share my trip with y’all. Do you want to see all the fun stuff I got into while in Atlanta? Keep reading!

Do you want to travel to another southern city? Check out my Memphis, Tennessee travel guide!

 The Happy Guide To Three Fun Days In Atlanta, Georgia | Traveling is fun, especially when you can see all the fun sights in just a few days. Go with me on an adventure to Atlanta, Georgia where I saw things like the Georgia Aquarium, College Football Hall Of Fame, World Of Coca-Cola, and so much more! #Travel #TravelGuide #Wanderlust

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In Travel on
March 30, 2018

Everything You Need To Know About The National Civil Rights Museum In Memphis, TN

Disclaimer: Memphis Travel was kind enough to provide my ticket to the National Civil Rights Museum this time, but I sincerely love this place, and I have gone to the museum multiple times with my own family. Memphis Travel providing my ticket is not shaping my opinion of the museum in any way!

Are you in need of a fantastic museum to visit while in Memphis, Tennessee? Memphis has so many museums (here’s looking at you Stax, Pink Palace, Graceland, etc.) but I have a particular affinity for the National Civil Rights Museum. It is a crash course on the National Civil Rights movement, and it’s a fantastic museum to visit for all ages.

Related Reading: My Memphis, Tennessee Travel Guide & Bucket List

 Everything You Need To Know About The National Civil Rights Museum In Memphis, TN | The National Civil Rights Museum is one of my favorite Memphis, TN attractions. I am breaking down everything you need to know if you plan to visit this wonderful museum. #Memphis #MemphisTennessee #MemphisTN

Location

First and foremost, the National Civil Rights Museum is located here:

 

The museum is not too far from downtown Memphis, and you are pretty close to other fun Memphis attractions. I love how centrally located it is to other things I like to do in Memphis!

Price

All prices are subject to change.

The National Civil Rights Museum is not all that pricey, but it depends on the needs of you and who you are visiting with.

Here are the individual ticket prices:

  • Adults: $16.00
  • Seniors & Students With ID: $14.00
  • Children 5-17 years old: $13.00
  • Children 4 and under: Free
  • Members, Active Military: Free

So, you must be wondering, how does one become a member? Simple: when you get to the museum, ask to become a member! You can fill out the paperwork at the counter!

There are a couple of different membership options:

  • Individual: $50 a year (this comes with admission for one adult as many times as you want throughout the year + 2 single-use guest passes)
  • Family Dual: $75 a year (this comes with admission for 2 adults and up to 5 children as many times as you want throughout the year + 4 single-use guest passes)
  • Supporter: $125 a year (this comes with admission for 2 adults and up to 5 children as many times as you want throughout the year + 6 single-use guest passes)
  • Sustainer: $250 a year (this comes with admission for 2 adults and up to 5 children as many times as you want throughout the year + 8 single-use guest passes)

My family usually goes for the Family Dual package which saves us money even on one trip! Then you can continue to go to the museum free throughout the year if you make your way back to Memphis, TN or you live close like I do. It is a great deal!

Hours

Here are the hours for the National Civil Rights Museum

Monday: 9 AM–5 PM
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9 AM–5 PM
Thursday: 9 AM–5 PM
Friday: 9 AM–5 PM
Saturday: 9 AM–5 PM
Sunday: 9 AM–5 PM

I like that it’s open every day during the weekend. The hours help you enjoy the museum during a time when most families can go. Of course, it’s completely closed on Tuesday, so if you plan to visit then, you won’t be able to go. I went on a Sunday, and it was quite busy, but it was still a great visit!

If you can, I suggest going earlier in the morning. We got to the museum at around 10:30 AM. When we left at around 1 PM, the place was getting busier by the minute. You don’t want to be caught in the rush!

Security

This is something that is a recent thing (or at least I feel this way), but security was a pretty big deal. I don’t feel like my past visits have been this stringent, but security is always a great thing (especially when you are dealing with sensitive issues like civil rights in America.)

To get into the museum, everyone had to go through a metal detector. You had to empty your pockets, big purses or bags were checked if necessary, etc. This process makes getting into the museum take a bit longer, but security is essential!

What To Expect 

Now that we have gone through some of the preliminary information let’s chat about what to expect.

Interactive Exhibits

This museum is super interactive! You can touch exhibits, use these phones to listen to conversations with civil rights leaders, and just be engrossed in this entire movement.

For example, there is a bus that you can get on with a statue of Rosa Parks. The entire time you are on the bus you hear a bus driver telling you to get up and move to the back of the bus. It’s a surreal experience especially since by that time you have been quite engrossed in the experience.

There are so many interactive elements throughout this museum. You won’t be bored as you travel from exhibit to exhibit.

Lots Of Information

This museum is packing a lot of information into one. The first building starts with slavery and ends with the death of Martin Luther King Jr. The second building talks a lot about his assassination and how we continue to move forward afterward.

Yep, you heard that right; there are TWO buildings.

They say you should plan to visit for at least 2 hours, but I feel like even that cuts it short. If you want to get immersed and learn as much as you can, I say a quality visit should be 3-ish hours. I have gone to the museum multiple times, and the museum hits me differently each time I go!

People Galore

Yep, it’s a busy attraction. Especially at the moment since they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s death. To be honest, though, it’s always busy. I have never gone to the museum when it’s not busy, especially on the weekend.

There are people of all ages visiting from children to seniors.

The museum still seems to flow pretty well, even when there are tons of people visiting. This is something to keep in mind if you are going with anyone who doesn’t like to be around a ton of people.

I am a pretty introverted person, and for the most part, I am usually okay. Sometimes it can be a bit congested, especially when you first start the tour. After a while, things seem to thin out as people go about the museum tour at their own pace,

National Civil Rights Museum Photo Diary

How Does It Feel To Be A Problem?

This is a quote from W.E.B. DuBois that truly spoke to me as I started the journey of visiting the National Civil Rights museum. I had to take a picture of this just so that I could share it with you. DuBois was a sociologist that I truly admire and love learning more about. If you are a sociology major and you haven’t ready anything about him I really encourage you to check out The Scholar Denied by Aldon Morris! It’s a fantastic book about his life and legacy.

 

 


Separate But Equal

It is always so crazy to me that there was once a law in this country about segregation being okay in schools if the schools were “equal.” Looking back you could tell that the schools were never equal, and I couldn’t imagine my childhood in a segregated way. I am so proud of the strides that we have made in this country in just the last century. Now, we must make more changes for the better!


We Will No Longer Accept The Inferior Position Of Second-Class Citizenship

This was one of quotes near the lunch counter. I saw this quote and I had to take a picture of it. We have to be willing to do what is necessary to be on the right side of history.


At The Lunch Counter

This part of the National Civil Rights Museum always gets to me. Sitting at the counter while you are hearing the film behind you is so powerful. Hearing what these people have gone through, things I couldn’t imagine. I love this picture of me and my momma at the counter.


Wear Old Clothes

There were a ton of boycotts during this time. People taking a stand against busses, restaurants, schools, and more who didn’t live up to the American dream and American laws. I love looking at these old protest signs and thinking about all the interesting protests of this time. If you haven’t heard of the Montgomery Bus Boycott yet, you need to look it up. The amount of solidarity shown over a year long bus boycott always amazes me!


Can A Man Love God?

This is another protest sign that truly got to me during the museum tour. It’s a question that gets me thinking and it should make you think too.


The Green Book

One part of history that always got to me was the use of Green books. These were published volumes that showcased places that were African American friendly. Traveling was often scary for African Americans because they were never sure what they would find on the road, these books helped them travel with dignity because it highlighted the places that would accept them and their money. 


The Albany Movement

These walls in the museum were all about The Albany Movement in Albany, Georgia. I took a panorama shot of both walls so you could get a glimpse of some of the extensive exhibits in the museum.


Interactive Phone exhibits

One of my favorite parts of the museum are the interactive phone exhibits. There are a ton of different types of interactive exhibits but these are really cool. Throughout the museum there are these phone stations. Each station has a number of different people you can “call.” This is a picture of my niece using one of the machines to hear the story of a civil rights leader.


Letter From A Birmingham Jail

One of my favorite written works from Dr. King is Letter From A Birmingham Jail. He wrote this letter when he was arrested and in jail in Birmingham, Alabama. If you have never read this, you can read it here. African Americans and law enforcement have never been on the best terms. I love that the National Civil Rights movement turned this notion on its head and based a large part of the movement on not being afraid to go to jail for what is right or not being afraid to break unjust rules.


On The Bus

This is another picture of me with my niece. In this picture we are sitting on the bus, at the front of the bus. In a lot of cities, public transportation was very important. It was how so many people got to work and to their homes. Rose Parks was such a phenomenal woman. She broke the “law,” but it was for a good reason. People should be able to sit were they please and not be relegated to second-class citizenship.


Organizing In Mississippi

Here is another example of how some of the exhibits are set up. I love that it’s a mix of text and Civil Rights movement documents.


We Cannot Afford To Stop

This is one of my favorite pieces to see every time I go to the museum. I just love the messaging behind this part of the museum.


Facing History & Ourselves

There are a ton of murals celebrating the National Civil Rights museum and the Civil Rights movement in general. I love this mural that was beside the museum.


Conclusion

There you have it, my full guide to all things National Civil Rights museum. If you haven’t gone to this museum yet, you need to visit it! Tennessee has so many hidden gems. There is a chance that I will do other breakdowns like this for other museums in the coming months. If you want other museum reviews, let me know. I love going in depth and giving you all the details you need to know about places I visit.

In Travel on
January 17, 2018

My Memphis, Tennessee Travel Guide & Bucket List

I grew up in a small town in Arkansas, but one of the perks of my location was that I was just a short hour-ish drive from Memphis, Tennessee. I have fallen in love with that city over the years and done so many fun things there. I wanted to share a few of my favorite places as well as a couple of the things on my Memphis bucket list because I always love to go back there.

I am adding addresses, prices, and hours to this list for some attractions. Somethings are subject to change. Make sure that you check out the website listed for these places for more information.

So, let’s go exploring the city of Memphis, TN with today’s travel guide:

 My Memphis, Tennessee Travel Guide & Bucket List | Ever thought about what you would do when you finally made it to #MemphisTennessee? Well, wonder no more! Today on the blog I am sharing my Memphis travel guide and bucket list with y'all so you know exactly where to go next time you are in Memphis.


My Favorite Things To Do In Memphis

Here are some of the awesome things I have done time and time again that I love doing:

Walk Down Beale Street

Oh my goodness! If you are in Memphis for just a little bit, I encourage you to just walk down Beale Street. You can go at night, but you don’t have to. It’s just as fun during the daytime in my opinion, and that’s when I usually go.

There is always something going on there. I encourage you to get some (probably overly priced but very great) drinks from the vendors that line the streets. The fishbowls are the best thing and you will have drinks for a while.

It’s a little crowded, but I usually never feel pushed or shoved too much while on Beale Street which is nice. I have a lot of anxiety in huge groups, but I never really felt that way on Beale Street.

 Beale Street Performances

There are street performances usually happening all down Beale Street and the atmosphere is just so fun. Everyone is drinking, having a good time, eating at all the random Beale Street restaurants, watching street performances, listening to random music, etc.

Parking is a huge issue if you want to do this, though. You gotta park your car in Memphis if you want to get around Beale Street. This can become problematic if you go on a really busy day like a game day or a concert day. It can be hard to plan your travel around that, though, especially if you are coming to the city during the weekend. Parking can be reasonable, but if it’s a special event day, expect to pay a little more for parking (I am talking $15-$20.) It sucks, but the lack of most cars really helps Beale Street stay fun and relatively safe.

Go To The National Civil Rights Museum

Address: 450 Mulberry St, Memphis, TN 38103

Website | Hours: Closed Tuesday: Open Wednesday-Monday from 9 AM-5 PM

Admission: $16 for adults; $14 for seniors & those with a Student ID; $13 for Children 5-17; Free for children 4 & under as well as active military members

If you have some time I highly, highly, highly encourage you to theck out the National Civil Rights Museum. This museum is HUGE and filled with so many great pieces of Civil Rights history. I have gone to this museum multiple times and it never ceases to amaze me.

It’s a lovely museum. It’s interactive, and you could get lost in it for hours. The main building is huge, but there is also the Legacy Building which is across the street where the person who assassinated MLK was when it happened. This building is full of information about the future of civil rights and it’s a beautiful end to the experience at the main building. 

 Lorraine Motel Memphis

The National Civil Rights Museum is such a great visit because you are taken through everything from the beginning of slavery to now. They pack so much into this museum that it’s almost insane. They tell you to dedicate at least two hours for a good visit, but I would dedicate closer to three. Pace yourself so you can enjoy everything, and also get a lot from the Legacy building too. Most times I have gone I spent so much time in the main building that I wasn’t able to get as much from the Legacy building.

I would also encourage you to have some money for the gift shop because both times I have gone I wound up getting something from it. They have tons of cool things to commemorate your time in the museum!

 National Civil Rights Museum Art

See A Show At The FedEx Forum

Address: 191 Beale St, Memphis, TN 38103

Website | Pricing: Varies by show, obviously. You can pick up most tickets via Ticketmaster

The FedEx Forum is an amazing place to go see a show. I have seen multiple concerts there, but I think my all time favorite was when I saw Kings of Leon and Band Of Horses there in 2011.  It was an 18th birthday/high school graduation gift for me.

The FedEx Forum is also where the Memphis Grizzlies play so if you are interested in going to a NBA game, FedEx Forum is the place to be! I have yet to go to the FedEx Forum while an NBA game is happening, but it’s something I would love to do.

Overall, though, I do love going to shows at the FedEx Forum. It’s got nice seats, but also a floor for most concerts. I normally sit in the stands though for the shows I have been to. I also saw an American Idols show at the FedEx Forum once which was pretty awesome.

Great venue all around and there is a lot of food and stuff inside the venue as well.

Eat All The Memphis Barbecue

Okay, okay, okay. I am going to admit something. I mainly go to Memphis for the delicious food. If I go to Memphis and I don’t eat at least one random restaurant, I am not having a good time. 

Story time: my mom, dad, and I went to a restaurant before going to see the Kings of Leon in 2011 and we loved the restaurant but we never found the restaurant again after that because we didn’t get the name. All my adult life I have just been trying to avenge this loss because they had the best catfish and barbecue I have ever tasted. All we know is that we went to Hard Rock Cafe thinking we wanted to eat there, saw the line was way too long, and then found this gem. We are beginning to think that it was a collective memory in our imagination. But we have pictures of us eating on the inside of it and everything! 

You can find all sorts of restaurants serving Memphis barbecue on and near Beale Street. Usually if my family and I are already on Beale Street we just pop into one of the many restaurants there to eat some good BBQ.

charles vergos’ rendezvous

Address: 52 S 2nd St, Memphis, TN 38103

Website | Price: Varies by what you get. Most things are under $23!

Hours: Tuesday to Thursday: 4:30 PM to 10:30 PM; Friday: 11 AM to 11 AM; Saturday: 11:30 AM to 11 AM

If you are looking for a yummy barbecue restaurant, I really encourage you to check out Charles Vergos’ Rendezvous. The food is SO yummy and you get a pretty good amount of food. I want to bathe in the seasoning they use on the ribs. You can even get some of the seasoning to take home if you want. But yes, just get the large or small order of ribs with beans and slaw as a side. You won’t be disappointed!

Check out Memphis During Memphis In May

Website | Activities happening every weekend in May

Memphis blooms in May, y’all. There is so much going on in the city during this month.

The most obvious is the Beale Street Music Festival. I have a love/hate relationship with this one. It isn’t always managed the best, especially when it rains (which happens almost every year, so I feel they should have a better grasp on this by now) but overall, though, it’s a festival that brings tons of great acts to the area. If festivals are your thing, you will probably love it. The price is quite reasonable, and there are always some bigger acts that come.

Then the next week after the festival is the international salute. Each year Memphis In May honors a different country. In 2018 they are honoring the Czech Republic. This honoring comes in the form of tons of performances, speakers, movies, food, and so much more.

Then there is the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest. You get tickets to the contest then you can taste and judge different barbecue from awesome BBQers.

Lastly there is the Great American River Run and 901Fest. The run has a half-marathon and 5K component. Then after the run 901Fest takes place.

Memphis is filled to the brim with stuff in May!

Enjoy The Mississippi River Views

Memphis is right on the Mississippi River! You can easily see the Mississippi River from many locations across Memphis and it’s a beautiful sight. I love crossing the bridge into Memphis and seeing how peaceful the river looks. If you like rivers, I highly encourage you to check out the Mississippi while you are in Memphis.

Tom Lee Park

Address: Riverside Dr, Memphis, TN 38103

Website | Hours: 6 AM to 10 PM

If you want to see the Mississippi River as closely as you can, besides being on Mud Island (which I have never done so that’s why it’s not in this section) then I encourage you to head to Tom Lee Park when you are in Memphis, TN next. The picture below was taken while I was in Tom Lee Park for a day of the Beale Street Music Festival which also takes place in Tom Lee Park that we just talked about.

Tom Lee Park is open year round, not just when the Memphis In May festivities happen (obviously) and you can see the Mississippi River prominently from the park no matter what time of year you go.

 Mississippi River

Check Out An Impromptu Concert At WC Handy Performing Arts Park

Address: 200 Beale Street Memphis, TN 38103

Website | Admission: Things happening at WC Handy Performing Arts Park are always FREE!

This is a part of Beale Street, but I personally feel like it needs it’s own little spot on the list. I love the WC Handy Performing Arts Park in Memphis and I always find myself going there when I am in Memphis. The best part about this venue? The entertainment is FREE. People perform there all the time and they usually pass around a tip bucket if you want to tip them, but you don’t have to pay to get in this venue.

Whenever we are in Memphis, TN and on Beale Street we always manage to find our way to this place.

Other Impromptu Performances

Besides WC Handy Performing Arts Park there are ALL sorts of impromptu performances all over Memphis to be honest. Many restaurants have stages where people can perform, they have random stages in Memphis, and sometimes people just put up a covered space on the sidewalk and perform. Memphis has a lot of cool people come to Memphis to perform, but there are also a lot of random local artist performances that happen as well.

 Random Performances


Other Random Things I Have Done:

Here are a few things I have done, but it’s been so long that I don’t remember so I need to go again.

Stax Museum

Address: 926 E McLemore Ave, Memphis, TN 38126

Website | Hours: Closed Monday; Open Tuesday-Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM

Admission: $13 Adults; $12 Seniors 62+, Active Military, and Students with ID; $10 Children (Ages 9-12); Free Members, Children (8 and under)

I went to this museum when I was around 10 years old. The Stax Museum is a great museum if you are interested in music, especially Motown and soul music. This takes you from the very beginnings of soul music in churches to the music of today. You get to interact with the exhibits and really learn more about how music was and is made.

 Memphis Travel Guide

Pink Palace

Address: 3050 Central Ave. Memphis, TN 38111

Website | Hours: Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm; Saturday from 9am – 5pm; Sunday from 12pm – 5pm

Admission: Depending on what you want to do, you may pay more or less. Click here for the best details on pricing.

I went to the Pink Palace Museum as a kid and I don’t remember much from that trip except the horrible rock candy I got there and the fun little coin pouch I got from the museum. I don’t think the Pink Palace is to blame for the rock candy, I guess I just thought that literal rock sugar would be better than it was. I think there is a conspiracy to make sugar in rock form bad so kids are less likely to want to get sugar in such a format. I mean, cotton candy is just sugar and kids LOVE cotton candy.

I would love to go back to this museum one day and really enjoy it (casting out my opinions of the rock candy they sold!) It seems like such a beautiful location filled with tons of exhibits and it even has a giant theater and a planetarium! 

Memphis Zoo

Address: 2000 Prentiss Pl, Memphis, TN 38112

Website | Hours: March 1 – October 15 (Summer Hours): 9 AM to 5 PM; October 16 – February 28 (Winter Hours): 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission: Adult (ages12-59) $15.00; Child (ages 2-11) $10.00; Senior (60+) $14.00; Parking $5.00

I am almost certain that I have never gone to the Memphis Zoo, and if I have, I don’t remember going. Zoos are always so fun, and this zoo seems pretty reasonably priced. Plus, there are tons of awesome opportunities to do things like ride camels, feed giraffes, and just see all sorts of amazing animals up close.

**Update** My mom has bought to my attention that I definitely went to the Memphis Zoo as a child at least 2x according to her. So I had to move it to this part so she is not highly offended.

The Peabody Memphis

Address: 149 Union Ave, Memphis, TN 38103 | Website

Not only is The Peabody Memphis an awesome hotel I would love to stay in one day, but it’s also got the famous ducks everyone knows it for. I think that is what draws me to wanting to visit The Peabody in Memphis the most.

**Update** My mom is also highly offended at this one because I have also gone inside The Peabody before. So, again, I had to put this here because of that.

 


Memphis Bucket List

Here are some things that are on my Memphis bucket list. I haven’t seen as much of the city as I would like, and I would love to visit these places in Memphis soon!

Graceland

Address: Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN 38116

Website | Hours: Change frequently, check out their site for updated opening information.

Admission: Mansion Only Tour Prices Adult $39.75; Seniors 62 and older $35.80; Youth/Students 13-18 $35.80; Children 7-12 $19.00; Children 6 and Under FREE | There are other tour options that cost more money. Check out those tours here.

Elvis is just such a part of Memphis, TN but I have never personally visited Graceland. I am not even sure if my family has gone to the part of Memphis where we drive past Graceland as it has jut never been on our radar. But, I think it’s time I go there because it is such a Memphis, TN staple.

 Elvis Statute

Memphis Botanical Gardens

Address: 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117

Website | Hours: Normal Hours: 9 AM to 6 PM; Winter Hours: 9 AM to 4:30 PM

Admission: Adults $10.00; Seniors (62 & over) $8.00; Children (2-12) $5.00; Children (under 2) FREE; Members FREE

I found out about this place recently and it seems B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L. I would love love love to visit the gardens (and taking blog pictures there would be a dream come true.) The Memphis Botanical Gardens boasts over 96 acres and 31 gardens. I am definitely putting this on my radar for when it becomes a little bit warmer here!

Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Address: 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117

Website | Hours: Closed Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM; Open Sunday from 1 PM to 5 PM; Every 3rd Thursday it’s open until 8 PM.

Admission: Adults: $7; Seniors ages 65 and over: $5; Students ages 18 and older with ID: $5; Children ages 7 – 17: $3; Children ages 6 and under: free; Educators with ID: free

Special Admission Days: Tuesday: 10 AM – 5 PM: Pay-What-You-Wish; Saturday: 10 AM – 12 PM: Free, museum and gardens

This is another beautiful venue and blog picture dream come true. Not only does it have a ton of amazing art exhibits, but it also has multiple gardens on its property. It’s the best of both a garden and a gallery.

Memphis Pyramid

Address: 1 Bass Pro Dr, Memphis, TN 38105

I have always seen the Memphis pyramid, but I have never gone in. It is now a Bass Pro Shop, plus a hotel, and some other stuff. You can still go to the pyramid and ride the elevator up to the top and see the views of Memphis. Now, I am not quite sure if my fear of heights will allow me to do that, but it seems like it would be a beautiful view.


Bloggers & Websites To Follow For Memphis Travel

If you are interested in know more about Memphis, I suggest that you follow these bloggers and websites:


Conclusion

I hope that you loved today’s article! If you ever decide to visit Memphis, I am hopeful that you will enjoy many of the things that I have shared in today’s article!

What’s on your bucket list for Memphis, TN?