Hampton Inn and Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Bartlett
Kaitlin had warned us that there was 100% chance of rain so when we arrived in Memphis around 6pm, the seven of us that had opted to, settled in to our hotel room for 4!! It was cosy to say the least. I should also mention that our hotel, The Days Inn, was directly opposite Graceland and it's lobby was completely dedicated to The King - Elvis overkill, with a guitar shaped pool to boot!! After dinner some of us sharing the hotel, plus Katelin, made our way in to Memphis. ...
... us all lunch at the BB King Club. Great BBQ, great blues. After the BBQ, we went to a family-friend-of-our-host's house. They have a gorgeous backyard and pool and we had a nice little pool party. There was beer and basketball (me and Tyler vs Alex and Evan) and dinner (more BBQ) and cake (today is Mary's birthday, yesterday was Jordan's) and fun and ping-pong. It was a really great off day. Our hosts this time around ...
... and exits in Arkansas!
Saturday we stayed around the campground most of the morning after going out for breakfast and
groceries. Played some pool with Dean in the rec room, then after Iris' nap we went to Overton Park. They had a great playground and a big dog park. Crockpot dinner (pot roast) and s’mores. Pretty good day.
... city's history. Biting, whipping winds prevented us from staying outside too long to enjoy it.
Lunching in Blytheville, Arkansas
Lunch at a diner in town. The man beside us was planning on picking up his daughter at the Memphis airport late the next night. We later wondered if that happened since, according to subsequent weather news, Winter Storm Cleon hit Blytheville dead on ...
... awarded the honor of first idiotic comment of the the trip when I got all excited that I'd seen walnut whips on the trolley the air hostesses were bringing with afternoon tea which actually turned out to be the weeniest packet of mini pretzels you've ever seen - apparently the look on my face was akin to a child being told Santa is really his dad! My only defence was that I'd just woken up and was low on sugar!
After 9 hours ...