Courtyard Memphis Germantown
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Prince Buenos Aires
Travel Blogs from Germantown
Our bags are packed, and we are ready tomorrow morning to head back to South America. This time we will be visiting Peru and Ecuador. As usual we are traveling with a small group organized by Overseas Adventure Travel. This time we start out knowing no one else in our travel group. It's always an interesting process of getting to know our fellow travelers and finding ourselves coming together as a community. So far, all of our experiences ...
... event. We arrived at the gate a full 5 minutes before scheduled departure and the plane was still there. But door to skyway closed and attendant uttered a very firm "sorry." We will be cooling our heels in Atlanta airport overnight, then check in to the Delta Sky Club when it opens at 5:30 am for showers, breakfast, and some TLC. Now scheduled to arrive Barcelona 8:30 am Monday, September 1. Oh the joy of ...
... his company when he was 9 and made a bow tie out of his grandmas's scrap material. Upstairs in Schwabs was like a museum with photos of the owners and the shop from years past.
Graceland is not huge mansion - just one of those very large American homes. Elvis did not name it - it was called that by the previous owners. Set in sprawling grounds it sits on a busy suburban road about 15 minutes out of downtown Memphis. A very well organised operation, you buy ...
... the Red Fort, and the ancient Hindu temples with their erotic carvings were most interesting, but, for us, they do not compare with our interactions and views of the daily lives of the Indian people.
More disturbing and more difficult to view with Ashim’s admonition of no comparisons were the many homeless and desperately poor people who are found everywhere. The grime-covered children who live in the streets and beg from tourists were deeply moving and ingrained in ...
... the past they have brought along as many as 70,000 cattle and horses, and some 25,000 camels for trading. Many of the animals are decorated, and the local people come in colorful ethnic costumes and engage in all sorts of games, rituals, and storytelling events. It should be quite an experience.
We don’t expect this trip to be comfortable. In fact, it is quite likely to be very challenging. Correspondence from our Indian guide ...