Extended Stay America - Memphis - Sycamore View
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Shut up Robert. I watched the next 17 days unfold with my faced squished against my brothers and the windscreen of a Fiat Bambino, Look its all we have left. Or a Nissan Micra. Beep Beep. We have a nice looking Nissan? But I had no one from Dollar to talk to. Can I help you? Yeah my bride left me here. Really? Yeah do you know when she left? Yes 11.00pm. Like the sign says, "Bride leaving in Mustang at 11.00pm". It was etched in the universe. I could hear Jock ...
... parents and became the poor white boy who changed the course of music history. It was great to see the Jungle Room, probably the most famous room of all.
Graceland is owned by Lisa Marie today and this week is Elvis Week celebrating his life. There will be thousands here so its good we are heading out of Memphis before the weekend.
We headed back into Beale Street tonight to watch some blues performers, we listened to a couple of ...
... the parking lot has a video about what led to the disturbance causing Dr King to come here. So glad we stopped here.
--Orpheum Theater--Downloaded the QU Code Reader in window for the historic self-guided tour; interesting.
... of office workers. Near the River some of the old warehouses have been gentrified but there is significant more potential and a long way to go to make that area a desirable area to live. Down Main Street there are lots of lovely old buildings that have been converted into apartments but where are the people who live in them? We asked what keeps the city going - apparently it is a real transportation hub, the airport is the 2nd busiest cargo airport in the world, a super ...
... 160;girlfriend (we think it was his girlfriend and not a hooker) came along too. I say hooker as he had flyers in the taxi for hookers as well as viagra on his dashboard. We got to talking and he asked us if we loved Elvis and as I said that I did, so he played a CD by an Elvis impersonator all the way to Beale Street. Beale Street was nothing like we thought it was going to be from all that we had heard about it but ...