Hampton Inn Memphis - Southwind
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Travel Blogs from Memphis
... quiet it was and didn't stay out that long. The next day we went to the MLK civil rights museum (located at the place of his death) which was fantastic as it portrayed Americas truly harrowing race related history both before and after the emancipation proclamation. Definitely a must if you go to Memphis. We then checked out Graceland before heading on to ...
... see all of the highlights of the city without the aggravation of finding our way around. All were interesting but a favorite was the march of the ducks at the Hotel Peabody. We returned today to downtown on our own to get more BBQ , had it yesterday as well, and to do more looking around. Nice city with great ...
... House, a petrol station, the Tallahassee automobile museum (sporting a giant paper mâché cow for some reason), and the very empty Stinky's fish camp for company. Dinner and beer were bought from the petrol station after deciding to call it a night after doing some laundry. The high life indeed! On the way to Tallahassee the dreaded 'maintenance required' warning light appeared on the dashboard and a check of the mileage confirmed the car had passed the nine thousand mile ...
The best thing about Alabama.... Getting out alive. An early start to catch our bus out of Alabama, we were all more than happy to be moving on. After a relatively long bus journey we arrived in Memphis and headed to our hotel. After chilling for a bit we headed to Beale Street where we were advised to go. Basically ...
While traveling to Memphis, Tennessee it is mandatory to visit Elvis Presley's "Graceland" mansion, if you're in the slightest bit interested in the "King of Rock and Roll" and the music's early roots. I had visited Graceland in the early 1970's, before it was a tourist attraction and while Elvis was still in residence. My friends and I had hoped to park and walk up close in order to take a photograph. ...