Courtyard by Marriott Memphis East/Lenox Corporate Park
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- Breakfast Available
- Free airport shuttle
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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While chatting with my sister in law about where we were, she asked if we were going to Rendezvous. It was lunchtime and I told Paul what she said and he said at the same time two of his friends said the same thing. So off we went to our hotel, The Peabody, and this BBQ restaurant around the corner. I looked it up and it said closed until 430. Bummer. Paul decided to call just in case the internet was wrong. The internet was right. He called ...
... Hotel. We had been hearing all about this hotel and some of its permanent residents.... some ducks. These ducks have been made famous because they live upstairs on the roof top from 5pm to 11am but during the day they live in the fountain in the middle of the lobby. But wait there is more. At 11am and 5pm they march on a red carpet to or from the fountain to the elevator that takes them up or down from the roof at the appropriate time. The Hotel area around the fountain ...
... was constant and observed at one place so then nothing would change. Well sort of correct, but at least our 5 hour and 40 minute flight was affected by a two hour putting forward of our clocks. We would arrive at 10.00pm and drive a Mustang 42 miles to the Tunica Horseshoe!! Woohoo!! Now the accents on the plane began to change. we noticed more of the South poking through, even though we were flying East. No inflight entertainment, just Jock with his woman's Day and ...
... hasn’t been converted into a slick museum with interactive displays and temperature controlled, glass-fronted cabinets packed with information. The studio has an air of a working venue, run by fans of the music. Signs on the wall are handwritten on pink paper and pinned up and the memorabilia and souvenirs downstairs are organised in a ramshackle way.
We heard stories of how Elvis had come to be recorded, how Rock and Roll had come to fruition, ...
... on sending me back to the Interstate 40 time and time again. Maybe it's trying to tell me something so I give in and cruise down the Interstate for the next three hours, to a soundtrack of Johnny Cash (at Folsom Prison) and Bob Dylan (Highway 61 Revisited).
Hotwire sends me to the Madison (Downtown) where they kindly upgrade me to a suite. Dinner is ribs and beer at Charles Vergo's Rendezvous - a Memphis institution.