Hampton Inn Memphis Southaven
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Southaven
... caught a few hours sleep the rest of us made our way down Beale Street for drinks and blues. First stop, Silky O'Sullivan's for a 'Diver' - a gallon of an alcoholic beverage which tasted like Sangria...it could have been dangerous. Within 5 minutes of sitting down outside one of the staff warned us that a storm was coming along with heavy rain. Sure enough, within minutes there was a torrential down pour - I started to feel at home and glad that brought my umbrella!! ...
... wildly generous. We literally overtook their house these past few days, we ate so much of their food, drank so much of their beer, and slept everywhere (very little floor space was actually visible). They've been really, really kind. This is something I think I'd like to do for riders in the future. I'm enjoying myself more and more on this trip. I'm enjoying my time on the bike, my time with these people. It's a rare ...
... 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 ...
... 6" of snow and ice. Yes, in the southern state of Arkansas.
A Visit with Elvis
Sun Studio, owned by rock pioneer, Sam Phillips. It was here that Elvis recorded "My Happiness" as a belated birthday present for his Mother. What a son!
Central Barbecue was the spot to enjoy some Memphis-style barbecue. Ordered at the counter. Food served on a tray. Extra napkins were ...
... something lost in translation though as we explained why we had two different immigration forms for Fish and Reeder and not realising at first that was our surnames he thought we were some sort of Fish Breeders...which took some explaining! But he couldn't have made us feel more welcome and excited about entering the country! And after all, it's not every day someone tells your hubbie he's batting out of his league and needs to keep on ...