Hampton Inn and Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which is scheduled to open Monday. Hopefully we can get back down there to see it as it is amazing.
We finally found our way back to the car and decided to go to the Rock n Soul Museum. Actually we were very close to it when we were on Beale Street as it is on the corner of Beale and 2nd. We found some free parking and walked to the museum. We spent a couple of hours in there and it was fascinating. It began with the ...
... fantastic, really interactive and informative. When we went back to the main museum, we disembarked the bus and had a mosey in the gift shops. This was definitely for the more hard core of fans, with one of the suits for say retailing for $3,500! But we did stretch to a postcard! Back to the other King. We decided to visit the Civil Rights museum, the actually museum was set inside the Lorraine hotel, where ML King was shot which was rather ...
We stopped at the site where Martin Luther King was murdered which has been made into a memorial.
There is a lady named Jacqueline Smith who has been protesting about the memorial for 26 years 147 days because she believes the memorial is dedicated more to the killer than to Martin Luther King. She is also protesting that all the public housing around ...
... though you see the same scenery from shore, it's always nice to see the sights from the water and learn something at the same time. Adding to the enjoyment was doing this with the last of relatives still in Memphis: our niece, husband, and two kids. A great ending to a wonderful time seeing the Memphis sights with family.
... turn (I’m not a good navigator) and ended up on a narrow rocky dirt road with no cell reception. We climbed through the hills for about an hour, and every house we went past (not many) had signs up saying ‘No trespassing’ and stuff. We were a little worried about getting a flat tire, walking up to a house and having someone pointing a rifle at us! We made it out though with no problems.
Driving through the countryside all over the USA so ...