Courtyard Marriott Downtown
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... br> Such interesting architecture on the old buildings.
--Shopping: Three of us girls got off at the south end of Main Street to see some of the shops. So fun to look in the little shops especially Hoot & Louise and the bookstore--check out the children's book "The Unpopular Pea (& Carrot) by Elle Valentine, a local writer--such a great message.
... continues in the backyard in this building that holds many of his awards and memorabilia. Then a path leads to the swimming pool area of the home and behind the swimming pool is an eternal flame and the final resting place of Elvis, his parents, and his grandmother. There is a stone for his twin brother (Jessie) but Jessie's grave is in Tupelo Mississippi where he grew up. I never knew he was a twin. I think his twin died during childbirth but I will have ...
... upper floor is not open to visitors out of respect for the Presley family and partially to avoid any improper focus on the bathroom which was the site of his death. The grounds are significant in size but the actual mansion is not huge by todays standards. Granted, it is bigger than my mansion though. There are some gaudy weird parts though like the Jungle Room which has some pretty interesting decor to say the least. But the 'wow' factor for me came with two ...
... in 1973) opened it to the public in 1982. His grave is also on the Graceland’s property just adjacent to the pool, as are his parents and grandmother and proved to be a solemn end to the tour. There are plenty of other things to do for Elvis enthusiasts (Aunty Chris?) like 'Elvis in Hollywood’, the car museum and two custom aeroplanes. Many appeared to ...
... from 1956) we headed down to Beale Street... What can I say about Beale?! It was INSANE. Currently Memphis is celebrating Memphis in May music festival so there are huge amounts of American tourists here soaking up the great Southern hospitality. The street itself is pretty cool and full of bars and quirky places to eat and shop. We were happy that we found a locally brewed ale called Ghost River and were ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Marriott Downtown Memphis
$144 per nite, great room, very comfortable bed, air con, heating, close to everything downtown
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