Extended Stay America - Memphis - Poplar Avenue
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... see the opening of the giant pyramid. It has been sitting idle for years but now has been bought and turned into a shopping mall, zoo, hotel and observation deck. We saw the opening on tv. A bunch of Elvis impersonators (called the Elvi) sky dived in. I love Memphis! Let me take a minute to apologize for bad spelling and gramma. I'm using my phone, bit awkward plus I'm not proof reading - tho, having said that, luckily I saw my typo in the Peabody Ducks bit ...
... for a bit and then went on to the car. We talked about going back downtown but just decided to call it a day. We stopped by a Starbucks to get a cup of coffee and quite frankly to use their Internet. I am having trouble updating everything. US Cellular is not my friend.
As we came into the campground we stopped by the office to find out where the best place to get on the Internet was since our Wi-Fi at the coach is slim to none. They said they had ...
... day. Santa found us though and we each got a present or two. We were extremely tired as we had a downstairs room at our hotel and every time the people upstairs walked about it sounded like they were going to fall through the roof. For some reason it appeared they don’t sleep as they were walking backwards and forwards all night, who knows why. So we decided we were to ask if we could be changed rooms as we were exhausted and needed to get a decent night sleep. It ...
... the street. Such a pretty view, tree lined and so lush and green.
Juliet was from Cheshire in England originally, had then lived in Spain, where she had 2 children. She speaks fluent Spanish as well. She still works as an occupational therapist. We were surprised to hear that in the USA you need to work until 65yrs to get access to health cover.
Ed was from Ohio and had 4 children and 8 grandchildren. He has been retired ...
... As we moved from gallery to gallery, we became enthralled by the story of African Americans civil rights through the decades, pulled in by tales of bus boycotts, non violent protests and acts of bravery from children as young as 5 or 6 to make a stand for equality. At times the museum was extremely moving, and though I have not faced the prejudices described in some of the exhibits, so of it seemed to ring true in some of the things the ...