Baymont Inn & Suites Memphis East
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... 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
... its illegal to walk your cow down the street after 1pm on a Sunday, no flirting in public and heaps of funny rules like that. Then we had our lunch stop and I had a burger from whataburger, it was ok,bit I didn't think it compared to 5 guys. We're on our way to Dallas, we had a stop over on the side of the road where we met Jacks mum, she came and gave us cookies and cake she made from scratch, it was so sweet, made me really home ...
... there are many little places like this along the way. Arriving in Jackson we pull into good old Maccas to use the free wifi and book a room for the night, $32 a person bargain! Everywhere we have stayed so far has had really comfy beds, free breaky and is clean so we have been really lucky. There is a boot shop 2 minutes walk up the road so Char might have some luck this time, fingers ...
... etc, there were places that could provide three meals a day for those less fortunate. One of our hustlers, late one evening, said that was bogus...who to believe! But it is also a city of poverty. Once off the Main Street areas, the footpaths are broken and buildings are in serious decay. It's is a city where urban spread has been allowed and the soul of the place is so dispersed that it ...
... more excited than Nicole - obviously. We then take an alternative route and make our way to Beale Street whilst singing 'Walking in Memphis' - suddenly Marc Cohn is making sense. Beale Street is the main Memphis Strip for music bars and restaurants. The scene is different, with neon glowing signs on every door, and painted mural walls. There are building facias now with trees and tables behind them. We have a beans and rice dish at a local bar - ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services