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Arrive in Memphis and consolidate our group then drive to Nashville. Check into our home followed by a 7 PM dinner at Acme Feed & Seed. After dinner meander lower Broadway where on any given night there are 20 bands playing including at the famous Tootsies & Roberts.
Breakfast 8 to 9. Meet our local guide then visit Belle Meade Plantation, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, light lunch, Ryman Auditorium guided tour then free time followed by dinner at Pinewood Social.
Breakfast from 8 to 9. Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Public Library, Union Station, Frist Center for the Visual Arts for light lunch followed by free time for either Frist or other options from 3 to 6:30, then a 7 PM dinner at the famous Bluebird Cafe if available.
Breakfast from 8 to 9. Scenic drive down the Nanchez Trace Parkway including selected stops and a picnic lunch on the Tennessee River. Check into The Inn on Ole Miss campus (Oxford MS). Happy Hour with free time in the historic town square then a 7 PM dinner at the award winning City Grocery restaurant.
Breakfast from 8 to 9. A stroll around Ole' Miss campus and a 20 minute hike to Rowan Oak (William Falkner's house). Lunch at Ajax diner and a free hour for the Town Square then drive to Clarksdale MS AND Check into The Shack Up Inn, rest then a BBQ dinner TBD followed by live blues at Red's (an authentic juke joint, cash only).
Breakfast 8 to 9. A visit to The Delta Blues Museum and free time to explore central Clarksdale. Then a 3 hour driving tour with local guide Billy Howell including a visit to the Crossroads. Drive to Memphis and check into our home. 7 PM dinner TBD.
Breakfast from 8 to 9. Meet our local guide then Stax Museum of Soul Music, Sun Studio, light lunch and free time from 4 to 6:30 PM followed by dinner at Blues City Cafe then live music on Beal Street's with it's multitude of venues including BB King's club.
Breakfast from 8 to 9. Graceland, light lunch, National Civil Rights Museum, free time from 5 to 7 PM then dinner at McEwens. After dinner more live music on Beal Street or elsewhere.
Breakfast and Airport Transfers.
Recommended Reading or Viewing for The Crossroads
Sam Phillips, the man who invented rock 'n' roll
- Peter Guralnick
The Last Train To Memphis, the rise and fall of Elvis
- Peter Guralnick
The Land Where The Blues Began
- Alan Lomax
- Jim Milward
The New Jim Crow
- Michelle Alexander
The Movies: Two Trains Runnin', Selma, Crossroads
PBS episodes of Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain
- Nashville & Mississippi Delta
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