Extended Stay America - Memphis - Sycamore View
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... later) and then packed on to shuttle buses. The ridiculous part is that the buses take you (literally) across the road to the Presley home (Graceland). It's all pretty high-tech from here and I do feel very sorry for some of the old loves who have never touched an i Pad in their lives, because once inside, it is basically self-guided with an i Pad. It's very well done really and the i Pads are stacked with information, video clips, ...
... downpour as we were partway through putting up our tents! I was soaked by the time we left to look at Beale Street and have dinner at the famous B B King's Blues Club, but the experience was worth it. The live bands we saw were brilliant and we had a good laugh. This morning we had to pack our tents away sopping wet and muddy before most of our group went to Graceland (I stayed behind) and then we set off for ...
... for International House of Pancakes. I was so excited!! Pancakes was just what I felt like! We were eating eggs nearly every day for breakfast by this stage (it’s very hard to just find a bowl of cereal or toast). As soon as we walked in we could tell two things – they don’t really tip here (the service was very underwhelming compared to every other place we’d eaten at) and we were the odd ones out (everyone else serving and eating were black). We had a nice pig ...
... they do today. I might have not been able to do all the things I have done. I learned all about what happened throughout his assassination. Questions are still unclear. Did Earl Ray do it all by himself or did he get help? Also, what was his motive? I guess the most important thing to remember is the good that ...
We had a long drive from Dallas to Memphis so had a couple of stops along the way. First stop was in Texacana which is a city on the Texas and Arkansas border, we stopped here for photos in 2 states then continued driving. Next stop was in Little Rock which was a hot spot during the Civil Rights Movement and is the former home of Bill Clinton when he was Governor of Arkansas. We went inside the Capitol building which looked exactly like the one in Washington DC only smaller. We ...