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... chicken is only a tiny bit spicy. Good coleslaw. Desserts--coconut cream pie (excellent), sweet potato (not very sweet; wouldn't get again), and Jamaican Me Crazy brownie (really dark chocolate lovers delight). Nice to have a break from the barbeque (only my opinion).
Rendezvous--Lucky to get ...
... Jim Crow (that's what they called the segregation laws) as a number of people wanted to know who he was. In the 1920's a white actor called Thomas Rice appeared on stage in NY 'blacked up" as an exaggerated stereotypical black man, called Jin Crow. The laws were so named as they discriminated against people because of colour.
For info, black men were free to vote from 1863, while white woman didn't get the vote until 1920!!! We, white men, have a lot to answer ...
... if we loved Elvis and as I said that I did, so he played a CD by an Elvis impersonator all the way to Beale Street. Beale Street was nothing like we thought it was going to be from all that we had heard about it but it probably comes alive at night time for the younger age group. We were both a little disappointed with Beale Street.
Dave had the bright idea of walking back to our hotel from Beale Street about 5kms which ...
... that. The grave is a very emotional place, not only because it is Elvis (who did so much in his 42 years on earth) but because of the emotions of fellow tourists reactions. This one lady who was speaking German to her family had tears streaming down her face. She was so visibly upset. I couldn't believe it but it made me sad to think that this woman was so choked up. You would of thought she was his family.
After our time at the grave, we boarded a bus that took ...
... the previous night’s shena****ns meant we were quite tired. In our coupon booklet we found a chain motel at a ridiculous price, so we went to check in. It was ridiculously priced because the place was disgusting. But it’s only one night, so we didn’t make too much of a fuss. I did hate every second though. We needed a couple of bits and bobs, so I left Lisa in the room and went to the local Walmart.
Lisa: Now if Beyers says the room ...
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Downtown Medical Center, Memphis | 4 star hotelfrom $224
- Pass it up
- Not What I expected
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5069 Sanderlin Avenue, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $97
- Great Hotel, Great location
- Loved my stay at this great hotel
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Richwood Home Owners Association, Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $99
939 Ridge Lake Boulevard, Memphis | 4 star hotelfrom $104
- Great hotel!
- Nice place!
- Excellent experience
Southeast Memphis Betterment Association, Memphis | 4 star hotelfrom $90
- Everything I expected
- The Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Great time!
Handy Holiday Community Club, Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $59
Midtown, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $183
- Great location, great rate, great staff
- Best part of our trip
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Downtown Medical Center, Memphis | 4 star hotelfrom $136
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Mc Kellar - Whitehaven-Levi PD, Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $96
1022 S Shady Grove Rd, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $172
- Great accommodation - a little distance from tourist attractions though
- Good Hotel
- Two Thumbs Up!!
Downtown Medical Center, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $151
- Oh dear what a mistake!
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Balmoral Residents Association, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $51
5877 Poplar Ave, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Stay Here!
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Walnut Grove - Shelby Farms PD, Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $79
- Decent Stay at Affordable Rate
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Walnut Grove - Shelby Farms PD, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $143
Downtown Medical Center, Memphis | 4 star hotelfrom $221
- # 1 hotel in Memphis
- What's the big deal?
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- Wonderful hotel
- Great Stay
- An easy night in a pleasant hotel
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- Worst Experience ever!
- Clean rooms, great price
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