Best Western Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... part. Oh yes our cards worked this time. I forget to mention how "none" of the cards opened the doors in LA for Jock, but worked perfectly for me and all staff. After reprogramming them several times they had insisted on following him back and reading the instructions out loud on the card as to how to use them. Put them straight in and out. Jock was putting them in and trying to open the door... Looks its an obvious mistake if you don't wear glasses. He should! So the ...
... Memphis, we chatted not about *******. Our topic de jour centred around the 9 year old girl who played fiddle like Charlie Daniels. That young lady is a product of a supportive school curriculum that offers all students in The Ozark a choice of learning fiddle, guitar or banjo from the age of seven. They even supply the instrument. Coupled with a supportive culture that lifts up rather than tears down, kids can't help but be inspired to do wonderful things, things other than ...
... like the horse stables and Lisa Marie's play area. The Presley family graves were quite sad, they all died really young except the grandmother who outlived everyone.
The best part of the tour was definitely his car and plane collection. Everything he owned was modified though to his taste, which translates to more blue suede/ leather and gold plated ...
... of the most historical buildings in the city. They sell old antique goods that are more so from the early 1900's. I got lost in the music section because I wanted to buy three different instruments. I ended up buying a wash board and a harmonica in the key of C (for cat).
Our travels then took us to Beale street, home to the Blues. Here, you can find all of the hottest blues clubs in town. I would recommend any one of them but some may have a charge as an entry fee. There are ...
... key). He would call out a note to play the song in and the guitarist would crank it out. Morris would sing and play the harp in his poly suit, top hat and while patent leather shoes that were so old the toes were permanently pointing up. But he was good - real good. A lot of people just don't know how hard it is to play the harmonica well - IT'S HARD and this guy knew exactly how to work it. I left to ...