Americas Best Value Inn Millington

Address: 28080 Highway 28 West, Millington, Tennessee, 39083, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 28080 Highway 28 West, Millington.
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Travel Blogs from Millington

Greeting from Memphis!!!

A travel blog entry by christine3036 on Jun 24, 2014

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Hiya hope you are all well Our drive from Nashville was really good, no roadworks for a change!! Arrived in Memphis just cross the road from the home of the king, not Kenny but Elvis!! We can see his house from our hotel Went downtown to Beale street where there are lots of bars playing live music it is fab!! Pics attached!! Off to Gracelands tomorrow, can't wait!! By the way our hotel is really tacky with Elvis stuff but we love it :) Love you all loads ...

Our adventure as seen through Facebook - Memphis

A travel blog entry by dave-paula on Oct 07, 2013

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... in some of this yummy southern food and wine!

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Sun Records Rocks!

A travel blog entry by clarefulginitti on Sep 26, 2013

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Hello from Memphis again. This morning we were moving a little slow after our good times on Beale Street last night. To quote an Elvis song, "That's okay, That's alright!". Our first stop today was Sun Records Studios originally owned by Sam Phillips. The recording studio has not changed much at all since the days of when Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and later Roy Orbison recorded many of their top recordings there. The tour ...

"I bin down to the crossroads"

A travel blog entry by flightof3kiwis on Aug 16, 2013

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... chat with Redd. He is the classic southern drawling story teller. I found it hard to understand what he was saying, let alone know whether to believe anything that fell out of his mouth. But he and the quiet locals listening to his drivel and trying to understand us, were very welcoming and we were in for quite a night. Outside on the street was an ex propane tank that had ...

Walking in Memphis

A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen on May 25, 2013

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... how many people were waiting around the lobby. We sat for about half an hour, and the whole event was over in 30 seconds! It was all very cute though, and a “must-do” when in Memphis.

After grabbing some breakfast, we went downtown to Arcade, Memphis’ oldest diner. Elvis Presley had his own table here, near the back door so he could escape screaming fans if needed. The interior hasn’t changed since Elvis was there and it was everything ...