Best Western Executive Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a few times. You walk into a shop to buy a bumper sticker and next thing you're singing a song and the proprietor is videoing your performance. It leaves one in no doubt that Mountain View is the heart of the Ozark folk music scene. We stayed in the RV park alongside the folk music centre, where the ol' boss man did his best to persuade us to extend our visit. "What you wanna go to Memphis for?" he quizzed. "Coz it's there," I said. "Elvis," Deanne offered. "Elvis, shoot. I knew ...
... contestants; each explained and demonstrated how they prepared their meat. Learned quite a bit about smoking meat and the best part--sampling their food. Signed up and did the tour again on Thursday with three of our family members that arrived last night. Definitely spoiled after eating this barbeque; no restaurant could compare to this competition food!
--Voo Doo--described ...
... dicey conditions, we were safely south of Winter Storm Cleon (Since when were winter storms named? I must have missed that announcement.)
After 100 miles on monotonous I-55, we detoured to Jackson and Cape Girardeau (both still in Missouri) for no other reason than to see different scenery. On the riverfront flood wall in the Cape, there was a dramatic Mississippi River Tales Mural, ...
... both the assassin and the victim's perspectives. There is also all of the evidence including the gun that help seal James Earl Ray's fate. There were a number of people outside by the motel crying. They must have been cutting onions before coming out I reckon. Following on from my morning at the museum I jumped on the trolley and did a circuit around downtown. The trollies are cool 'old school' trams and only cost a ...
We had breakfast in the hotel, and then set off, walking down Beale. The street
is really small - much smaller than we were expecting- and at 10am lacked the
impact it probably would have had if it had been the evening. The only people
around were a really old group who looked like they were on a tour or something,
which I imagine is different from the alcohol fuelled blues crowds that Beale is
purported to attract. We walked ...