Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis East/Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the whole length of the travelator. I didn't tell him the GOOD news walking past the Dollar counter with their lights off. I didn't tell Jock the good news, walking out the double doors to the underground airport carpark. No I said there's a wicked twist to the b*tch who walked out on me on the alter. He looked at me. I looked at him and held the keys up. The detonator on that very moment. Boop boop. The indicators winked and this sexy yellow Camaro said hey honey how about ...
... portly pal in overalls (who given his girth was a mandolin player for sure), looked up from his game of patience and said, "He never lets us forget it, neither none." "Y'all can stay here a while longer and rub elbows with me." The Ol' boss offered Deanne his elbow but she refused. This was the Ozarks. Such offers may be loaded with local customs: "We rubbed elbows" now we's married. Or now we's kin. Maybe both. Yokels are real friendly. One lady running a knick-knack shop told us ...
... a little walk through Harbor Town and listened to some live music in a street party that was going on. The singer say "Wagon Wheel" which we have come to call our holiday theme song as we have heard it everywhere we go. Another reminder of what is soon becoming an amazing adventure. All the locals were at the street party along with all their dogs. We have seen so many dogs on our trip even in New York City, nearly everyone has a dog and the most popular breed has ...
I left Austin on Saturday morning but on my way North, I knew I would go through Roundrock, Texas and that is the home of Roundrock Donuts. People line up for these morsels of raised yeast dough. They, like most of the other Food Network hot spots, have a challenge. Eat one of the jumbo donuts and get a t-shirt. They use a 5 gallon bucket to cut the dough and either glaze it in the secret glaze they use ...
... people, pad site, although concrete and a pull through, not a little level. Had no 30 amp service. We left pdq. A drunk at the site recommended an another park, which turned out to be ideal. All gravel, good pull through and level. Big plus, no drunks. Left in the morning for Memphis. Uneventful drive other than construction and traffic. A ton of trucks on I-40. We are staying at ...