Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis-Shady Grove Road
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... doing and kept trying to send me on the fastest route, "have a nice drive!". So I ended up driving around backwoods Tennessee for a while on my own, until Google admitted defeat and let me take the Nachez Trace Parkway. The parkway is 444 miles of forested road from Nashville, Tenesee, to Tupelo, Mississippi. It is FAR nicer than driving on a motorway, even though the speed limit is low. It's a National Park, so there are frequent toilets, picnic areas, historic ...
Cannot believe where this mansion is located - in the middle of the suburbs.
What a place. When you consider the timing of Elvis living here and you see all the furnishings and set out - this man was not short of moolah.
The tour is very well organised. Each person gets an Ipad and headset and from the moment you step onto the bus you are given a verbal tour with lots of comments from Elvis, his parents and ...
... is a great choice. I was also amazed by the amount of gift stores at Graceland; I thought the Sears/Willis tower was tricky when they had you walk through two consecutive gift stores when you leave the observation deck, but Graceland took it to a whole new level by including no less than seven gift stores on a one acre plot of land.
From Graceland I went to the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Dr. ...
We drove to the Jack Daniel’s Distillery on the outskirts of town. It has been in the same location since the distillery was first started by Jack Daniel in the mid-1800s when he was a boy. It’s surrounded by beautiful countryside and the storage facilities are spread throughout the county. Funnily, it’s in a dry county – alcohol is not permitted to be sold or consumed in public, and it’s been that way ...
Today was one impressive moment after another . We started with a trip late morning, to visit the showroom and then a tour of the Gibson guitar factory. Max was in heaven playing several dream guitars, for at least an hour while others around him played away in their own little musical bubbles. Another young guy from Virginia, was also there playing and as ...