Best Western Inn

Address: 1053 Highway 49 West, West Helena, Arkansas, 72390-1835, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1053 Highway 49 West, West Helena, is near Delta Cultural Center and Storm Creek Lake.
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Travel Blogs from West Helena

On the road to Memphis

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 16, 2014

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... gateway to the Memphis blues visitors centre. An architectural theme is emerging. If you are flogging the Blues have it be in a place with lots of corrugated iron and old , knackered sofas on the stoop. This is compulsory. BB Kings museum sussed out that you can still sell the blues without it all being beat up and shabby. His museum was slick, sophisticated and downright classy. It seems like stereotypes are being peddled every time ...

Clarksdale

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 15, 2014

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... set in an old plantation where some bohemian types have come up with the brilliant idea of using a load of old cabins as a B and B. It's called Shack up inn or some such . They don't make you pick cotton or anything. We then went to Bluesberry Cafe where we saw a piano playing woman thumping **** out of an old Yamaha and not singing pretty. But we also encountered Razorblade, an authentic Delta Blues man who was sporting a sharp suit and a very nifty hat. ...

Down Highway 61

A travel blog entry by helwit on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... us about another Blues museum (Highway 61 museum) in Leland, just few miles down the road, where there is often a blues man performing. And he was there. Pat, just happened to be the son of a very interesting Blues character called James "Son" Thomas, who was also a grave digger and a sculptor of weird clay heads, that had a bit of a voodoo look about them. We had seen displays about Son in the museum in Clarksdale. Pat just sat in the ...

Memphis to Clarksdale

A travel blog entry by gerryu on Apr 02, 2014

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... place! Charlene refuses to touch anything (including me), so it is lucky that we are only spending the one night. Dinner was at the blues club in town. The town is steeped in blues, and hosts about a dozen festivals, fairs or workshops during the year. Nothing much else seems to happen here except the blues. The Ground Zero Blues Club featured a nice live band with local talent - video attached. More BBQ for dinner and more local brew. I had a sweet potato stout - surprisingly ...

Graceland

A travel blog entry by muggeragem on Sep 17, 2013

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Weather: Sunny Start 24C End 33C - hard keeping hydrated!
Well I was here, so I went to Graceland. Elvis was one of my hero's when I was a younger teenager. It was great (also expensive - kept buying things) tour of the mansion complete with the transmitter again which make for a very relaxed tour. I have kept the photo's down to the mansion so not to bore you with awards, gold records, ...