Courtyard Memphis Germantown
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Travel Blogs from Germantown
... at the park after crossing the finish line in Germantown. We had a host from the city who met us and presented the racers with a Germantown tote bag, and walked with us over to the Great Hall for dinner. He was very nice and they were so happy to have the Great Race in their city. This is a really nice area of Memphis. Almost every building is built of bricks. It is ...
... straight to the venue from the airport. We arrived at yet another great venue and just chilled out till the show, no need to rehearse as we could do the show with our eyes shut. We also had to do some autograph signing of program's and pictures which were for the VIP's, never had to do that before! After the show we went back to our hotel an was good to see the coach and luggage waiting for us when ...
... of a traveling group which quickly came together as a cohesive unit. It seemed that one day we were introducing ourselves for the first time and the next we were truly enjoying each other’s company. It was difficult to say goodbye, knowing that we would likely not see most of them again. Bob did organize the sharing of contact information, and we do have plans for a visit from at least two of our fellow travelers. Another couple encouraged us to sign up for ...
... with fond memories. We were young and in love, busy finishing our education, pursuing careers, and raising our two sons, a story not unlike many other couples of that era who married early and settled in to build a life together.
"What are we gonna do for our anniversary this year?" That was the standard question we asked one another every year as December 16 approached. Usually ...
... as he drove in and out of Graceland. Elvis almost ALWAYS stopped and said "hi" and signed autographs). Elvis enjoyed his home and never had any intention of leaving it or Memphis, which speaks highly of his love of the place because he could have lived anywhere in the world. But he wanted to be at Graceland because he felt comfortable, safe and grounded here.
When Elvis died so unexpectedly in 1977 the fate of Graceland was uncertain. ...
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