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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Memphis
... enjoyed one more performance – an acoustic one this time, and then headed back through the streets of Memphis towards our hotel. Having heard horror stories about the unsavoury characters that grace the streets at night in the area, we were a little wary but in reality, this was just like any other city at night. We stuck to well-lit roads and felt comfortable on the ten minute walk back to our hotel. Then it was time for bed, ready for another long day ...
... been rather hot in that tin can known as a car.
It is very well orchestrated, from the moment you get to the gates. Onwards to the ticket office where a girl was sharing free tickets she somehow had been given offering a 50% discount off the tours!
So with our Senior discount as well, we only paid the price for one of us.
Next we queued to get onto the ...
... is being sold off and made into expensive condos and the poor and black workers are being pushed out.
We next went to Sun Studios where people like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others were discovered.
They have a lot of original stuff on display including Elvis's graduation certificate from high school.
The panelling on ...
... a huge number of artefacts, but what they have is iconic. The museum utilises film and personal stories, recreated sets and text to inform and engage to the highest level. The last part of the visitor experience has you looking into the bedrooms of Rooms 306 and 307 where King and his entourage were staying. So powerful, and really helps you to understand what so many struggled for, and still continue to. There is a small final display, focussing on human rights ...
... Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr. was killed. The main part was under construction but there was still a lot to see. It was impossible not to be impacted by the history that happened in that exact spot. I didn't go up to the balcony where he was killed, it felt a little strange going up there and standing on that spot. The whole thing was very moving. I needed ...