Extended Stay America - Memphis - Poplar Avenue
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Back in Cape Girardeau we enjoyed the nice view of the Mississppi before we continued through Kentucky to Memphis, Tennesse. Being late in Memphis, we just had a (not so good) dinner in (very touristy) Beale Street before we got to bed, because the next day was going to be very ...
... well. Tonight we got our dose of fried wings in Memphis! Yum yum. Tomorrow afternoon we head to the bus station ready for the long slog overnight to Dallas. There just for the morning on Monday then we go our seperate ways for a few days as Yaz is seeing family in Texas and I fly to LAX once again to meet my good old buddy Steve. Then the three of us finish off the journey together ...
... step guide from 1950 to President Obama.
There is a mix of storyboards, recordings of human stories and interactive exhibits. I learnt a lot and it was an inspiring story of the struggle by African Americans to get equal rights. I found it interesting that there was a whole mix of references including negroes, coloreds, black Americans and African Americans. The rest of America is always referred to as White Americans. Political correctness is a ...
Today we took a tour of Elvis's mansion, Graceland and it's grounds. An unforgettable journey through Elvis's home, which included the legendary "Jungle Room" the decor was animal focused, included a waterfall. In general the house was true to the time Elvis died, the 70's, shag carpeting on the walls and on the roof in one room, lots of blue velvet curtains. (Elvis's favourite colour)
... care and attention each animal is given. This is definitely a must go to place for animal lovers because guess what....there are TWO GIANT PANDAS THERE!! "What are you talking about?" says the person who has no idea what the significance of this rare event is. "I can just see a panda on my T.V."
Wrong. You can see a panda on your T.V. but if you have the chance to see it in person, you should do it because this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Pandas are leased to U.S. zoos ...