Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Memphis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Another trek across the state and we are in Memphis.
If it wasn't for Beale Street and Graceland this place would not be so famous. Very run down area in downtown but our room is clean and has a great bed although the building could do with some TLC. And it is only 4 blocks from Beale Street and the Riverway.
Our room had the …
... Some of these artifacts are believed to be up to 10,000 years old. There were arrowheads, stone implement and crudely manufactured tools. Also, several pieces of earthenware and pottery were on display.
We next went outside to look at the mound. There is a lot of information not known about the mounds. What they do know is that the mounds were built up from soil collected a quarter of a mile from this location. They believe it was ...
... rice growing with Asia not America. We are now in Memphis Tennessee and have bought tickets for the Graceland tour tomorrow.
Tuesday 19th May
First on the agenda this morning was to locate the hotel where our city tour is due to pick us up. As we don't find any breakfast places on the way, we ask the guys on the door who direct us to the Blue Plate Cafe just around the corner. It looked busy, but we were seated right away and placed our orders -our server looks like someone we know too :P We have approximately 45mins to eat and get back for pickup. Thirty-five minutes later, we're still ...
... put a little bit on). We then headed down to check out Beale st which is similar to Honky Tonk row with lots of bars with live music and walk up bars where you can get a beverage and walk down the street. After wandering about for a bit we headed back home the scenic way (lots of police cars, people arguing on the streets and the not so good end of town we think). Our time was only short in Memphis and tomorrow we head further south towards New Orleans with a proposed stop in ...