Baymont Inn & Suites Memphis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and funny. Golf cart long and Jock doing maths calculations funny. How do you know which way to go all the time? Was it magic? Was it magic they have the number ranges and arrows on the walls and I can count? Of course it was... Amazing. You're going to get us lost, Jock says. I just stopped. If you had seen what Jock can do with Google maps, you'd be entering your labrador into the science prize for walking over your ipad and dropping a pin in the correct location. It ...
... patriotic veterans groups, show horses, and decorated floats. During the last weekend of October, thousands attend the Arkansas Bean Fest and Great Championship Outhouse Races. Nearly one ton of pinto beans are cooked in large, antique iron kettles that are set up along the west side of the courthouse square. Promptly at noon, a nearly endless amount of free beans and cornbread are served to the gathered crowd. It makes the campfire scene from "Blazing Saddles" seem like a cool ...
... The tour doesn't show you much of the mansion itself, you can only see living rooms and basement entertaining areas which was wall to wall blue suede, gold plating and shaggy carpets. There's one room 'the jungle room' that literally has green shaggy carpet on everything, ceiling included. The rest of the tour was the outside buildings that were a bit more down ...
After a dash through the airport to make our connecting flight we finally made Memphis. Wow this place is really awesome. We are right on Beale Street and can hear the bands that play day and night (but luckily not all night) from our room. Had a BBQ lunch (as you do) then wandered up to the Peabody Hotel to see their duck parade. I don't know ...
... the city of Blues and Elvis. What was nice about this visit was that we stayed with my wonderful and generous aunt and cousin (they were about 40 min away from downtown). They were kind enough to give us a roof over our heads and some yummy food to munch on, which made our stay there all the more pleasant.
When we arrived there the first night, it was too late to explore, so we caught some Z's and awoke the next morning bright eyed and bushy tailed. We couldn't wait to ...