Hampton Inn and Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... his factory is one of three - Nashville, corporate headquarters, Memphis and Bozeman, Montana. This factory produces 60 guitars a day, but it takes 3 weeks from start to finish. It was an interesting tour through the factory to see the guitars taking shape as they are assembled, painted, lacquered, etc. Great tour. We then went over to Stax Records for a tour. It started with a movie, which explained how there was no color barrier, just family, until M.L. King was assassinated ...
... in the street and you can get an ice cold 32 ounce glass of Coors in a hard plastic glass for only $5.50 UNREAL! Love this place
We want to have BBQ so we go to award winning PIG on Beale! This place is certainly not known for its fancy decore but the ribs are really good as advertised.
Back to the campsite to reflect on a great day and a town that is about to leave an impression on us forever!
... all day. Love the photos Paula.
We have arrived in Memphis, now to get something to eat before a taxi ride to our ...
... I had the experience of standing on the spot where someone died and feeling in awe of what other people gave up for the rest of humanity - yesterday it was the balcony of the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was shot, 20 years ago it was Austwich. In the National Civil Rights Muesuem, Memphis can be rightly proud of bringing to life the struggle of minorities and the suffering they experienced whilst questioning the truth behind who shot Martin Luther ...
... that they were one family that get together annually for a long weekend. They all had matching family reunion T-shirts on and were about 2/3 of the boat's passengers. Crazy.
After the cruise we walked up Beale St to try and find a taxi to go back to Graceland when we happened to stumble upon the one street that claims to be the birthplace of Blues music, Beale Street. For 3 blocks Beale Street is closed off to cars and it is lined with Blues Bars ...