Extended Stay America - Memphis - Cordova
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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Today was one impressive moment after another . We started with a trip late morning, to visit the showroom and then a tour of the Gibson guitar factory. Max was in heaven playing several dream guitars, for at least an hour while others around him played away in their own little musical bubbles. Another young guy from Virginia, was also there playing and as ...
... they returned to the hotel with a bunch of live ducks and threw them into the fountain. The hotel manager told them that he thought he could train them to live on the roof, march single file down to the fountain every day at 11:00 a.m., splash around until 5:00 p.m. when they would again march single file back to the elevator and up to the roof.
What a genius ...
... home of Elvis Presley. The boys seemed to enjoy it (the audio tour is a great way of keeping them involved) and now thinks Elvis was pretty cool. The tv room with its three tvs, pool room with carpeted ceiling and the jungle room were our favourites with their wacky seventies decor. It was also great to see outfits from his movies, concerts inLas Vegas and see all the gold and platinum records (not that the boys know what a record is!) We saw ...
... Antonio for two nights. And then it's timmeh's birthday...yAy Along the way we saw a truck crash. He must of lost control and crashed into the middle ditch. We stopped for lunch at a diner and then stopped at casey jones museum. He was a train conductor that saved the lives of many in a railway disaster years and years ago but did not survive himself. We then were about to continue on ...
... and ultimate downfall of Stax Records. Today in the place the studio once stood is now a museum, music academy and college for 500 students! AJ was excited about seeing the wah-wah pedal used for recording the theme to Shaft (for which Isaac Hayes won an Oscar - the first black man to do so for music) and the organ used to record Booker T & the MG's "Green Onions". The museum was really interesting and we were joined by a group on their 45 ...