Holiday Inn Express - Medical Center Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... But once you've had one night of it would you return? Probably not. So, tomorrow we're planning to make it to Fort Worth in Texas. The original plan was New Orleans then Driftwood in Texas for the Saltlick BBQ joint. But we've decided jointly that there are other things we want to do in the time we have left in the States. Well, that's about the last few days wrapped up. I'm afraid I don't have a whole load of pictures to put up as my phone camera filled up and I've only just ...
... about and want to experience different peoples and cultures. The home visits that are part of most of the OAT trips, although not always comfortable due to different languages and unusual foods, are a great way of accomplishing this goal.
Overseas Adventure Travel states that they try to “design travel to change people’s lives.” We think that they are quite successful: there is nothing like experiencing other cultures to “flip ...
... Greg informed us of the history of the site and how it's viewed as almost a sacred site in the community.
We then drove back to the hotel but my day was not complete. It was Saturday night so I wanted to see what all the Beale Street fuss was all about. After valet parking the car we strolled the two blocks to the world famous Beale Street but we were met with a surprise: a line to get onto the street. For security control everyone has to ...
... After a wrong turn that brought us very close to the Mississippi border, we finally made it in time to catch one of the last tours. If you are a rock fan, this is a must. It is tiny, almost claustrophobic, but incredible when you consider everyone who has come and gone in that room. It is sooo worth the price of admission.
We then made our way to Beale Street. Which is ...
... of the sights. We found it very enjoyable to take a 30 minute ride. Our driver suggested afterwards that we also go to the top of the Peabody hotel for some great views. They are included in the entry. Then we hopped on the Trolley loop that would take you by the Civil Rights museum and past the riverfront.
After we got off and walked by Beale again and it was solid people. It reminded Bill of the times he had been to Bourbon St. By ...