Deluxe Inn & Suites Memphis

Address: 3456 Lamar Ave., Memphis, Tennessee, 38118, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Quince - Oakhaven-Parkway PD area of Memphis, is near Memphis Botanic Gardens- Hardin Hall, Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Audubon Park, and Newby's.
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Travel Blogs from Memphis

All the Way to Memphis

A travel blog entry by hikerdad51 on Sep 11, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... into I-40 and gave us a good, traffic-free start on our way.

We detoured to Parker's Crossroads, about a hundred miles shy of Memphis. This was the site of a relatively minor cavalry skirmish (if anything involving Nathan Bedford Forrest can be called relatively minor), coincidentally on the same day as the battle at Stones River. Forrest is recalled as urging his troopers to "charge both ways" when he found Union troops to his front and rear. ...

Tracing the History of Civil Rights

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 26, 2015

5 photos

... my final trip to Memphis as I have a strong desire to come and spend a longer time at this museum.

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National Civil Rights Museum


Sit Down, We will get down later

A travel blog entry by ellieo1114 on May 23, 2015

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Most people go straight to Beale St when they get to Memphis, so this is exactly what I wanted to avoid. Tim Wilson met me for a fun weekend filled with music, laughter, and lots of cemeteries. We started in Memphis, and went to a very divey bar called Wild Bill's. This was a tip from Preston back in Clarksdale, and was in a rough neighborhood. There is no way we would have ever stumbled in here without a local's tip, but we sure were ...

Day 14 - Memphis - on a Greyhound Bus

A travel blog entry by smartattack on Mar 25, 2015

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Left Nashville on a Greyhound bus and ended up in a Memphis today; an extremely uneventful trip through some very hick towns which included a baloney and cheese sandwich at Jackson, Tennessee...the dodgiest town I've ever seen. Once in Memphis though we were very happy to see we had booked the most beautiful accommodation, the iconic Peabody Hotel where we got to see the famous march of the ducks immediately after checking in. ...

Rain, rain go away

A travel blog entry by natalie.j95 on Jul 14, 2014

... downpour as we were partway through putting up our tents! I was soaked by the time we left to look at Beale Street and have dinner at the famous B B King's Blues Club, but the experience was worth it. The live bands we saw were brilliant and we had a good laugh. This morning we had to pack our tents away sopping wet and muddy before most of our group went to Graceland (I stayed behind) and then we set off for ...

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