Days Inn West Memphis

Address: 1100 Ingram Boulevard / I-40, West Memphis, Arkansas, 72301, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1100 Ingram Boulevard / I-40, West Memphis, is near Main Street Trolley and National Ornamental Metal Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from West Memphis

      2nd Day on the Road not gonna make it home tonight

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 24, 2014


      ... up for the night at a Super 8 in Temple Tx. where we enjoyed a couple of pizzas in the room form Pizza Hut, and partied a little with a bunch of itinerant workers from Tennessee who were clearing land for an electricity project. Seemed like a good bunch of guys and we shared a few beers and laughs with them before retiring at around 10 for our nightly sleep.

      Again we got up at 5 am hit the road smiling, filled up with fuel ...

      Wyethville, Va

      A travel blog entry by tsusm70 on Apr 07, 2014

      ... mountains. No one is here. Raining now. Last night we had a severe thunderstorm with much rain. On leaving this morning, just as I passed a tree with the coach, a tree on the side of hill came dow, crushing a near by camper. I guess we just live right. Tomorrow we hope to make Nashville. On the road, ...

      HOT and sweaty in the home of RocknRoll

      A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Sep 11, 2013

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      ... some of the Pads that the stars of today have. I mean yeah, he had his own racketball court and stables, but it could have been a lot more lavish. One thing I did learn about him on the tour was how much he gave too charities and people in need. I like that idea, instead of being the biggest superstar in the world he's just a good bloke!

      We visited the grave, which is just outside the house. He's buried with his momma and pop and grandmammy. ...

      Memphis - Home of the Blues

      A travel blog entry by jocelyn_ on May 18, 2013

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      ... where they had this massive room just covered from floor to ceiling on both sides, with his gold, platinum and double platinum records framed. It really reflected why he was the king. That day I also went and saw another legend of Bishop Al Green preach at his church the All Gospel Tabernacle. I had never experienced anything like it. When I went to a gospel church in NYC last year, I thought I may have seen it all but no. It was so informal, with people coming and going the ...

      Doing Memphis right

      A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers on Sep 27, 2012

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      ... its intersection with the complicated story of race relations in the 50s, 60s and 70s. It really emphasizes how important Memphis is to music. Between Stax and Sun, it's amazing how many artists recorded in Memphis from those I mentioned to Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and the like.

      We stopped by, somewhat briefly, the Peabody Hotel which is downtown Memphis for the daily marching of the ducks. For those of you who haven't heard of ...