Extended Stay America - Memphis - Poplar Avenue
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... in the world. When will we ever learn???? For dinner we went to the ************ Beale Street. I hate to say this, but it was the worse run Hard. rock we have ever been in. They were slow seating us, and we were the only ones waiting! The service was also slow and poor. The only bright spot was in the store. I had trouble printing out my coupon. It came out blank, but the young lady behind the counter was able to help me print it out correctly. I bought two ...
... br> Right behind the Heartbreak Hotel and across the street from Graceland. With all the rain, lots of very muddy areas since roads and sites are gravel. This is a great place for our family get-together (16 adults, 4 toddlers) since half are camping and the other half are staying in the hotel. Stayed a week; entire family here for three days.
The camp site on the end ...
... s which is a proper disco. Having a light up floor a la Saturday Night Fever and a disco ball. It was also an interesting experience since the bar sold 40 oz beers, had multple armed guards, had a man in a sequin suit DJing, and the air in the disco was a 50/50 mix of oxygen and fog machine fog. And after a total of two hours of sleep Saturday morning I'm on my way to NOLA.
Spent in Memphis: $450
Total Spent On Trip: $1600
... What a lovely family! Brendan, Terry and younger son were heading back to Oz in a couple of weeks. Terry mentioned that she would be catching up with Rose shortly after returning home. So the two males sharing the Motorhome with me are fairly marinated. Reckon there will be lots of snoring and other sounds coming from them tonight.
We are leaving beautiful Memphis tomorrow, heading back, once again to Searcy, ...
... returned to the hotel with full
An update on Isaac - he's currently flooding out parts of New Orleans, and
generally causing a nuisance, although thankfully the reporters don't think he's
going to be as bad as Katrina was. However, they do think he'll hang around for
longer, which may be worse in a way as the damage will be sustained. I'm
actually glad we didn't go, as it looks horrible. Good luck NOLA!