Holiday Inn Express Memphis Southwind
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... as last time I flew I went through the detector with a knife still clipped to my pocket. this time I remebered to take them bot h off. We are leaving so early that they dont even have the breakfast out at the hotel. Later folks. HAPPY ...
... motel for 15 years but was evicted in a bod to 'clean' the area up. They have built a big museum based on civil rights and in honour of MLK. This lady is protesting the way they have handled his memory and what he signified. The rich get richer from the tourism it has brought yet the people and change he was fighting for is yet to get the attention and support it deserves. All the money spent on the museum and preserving Lorraine motel could have helped all ...
... 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. King ...
Really enjoying this hotel. Got up this morning, went for giant pancakes the off for a hike and a quick swim before the drive today
Fit the 'repaired' pulley and washer, reefed it up a few times and off we went
Not the most popular car on the rode for sure as we stayed around 85 to keep from stripping the pulley again...
It was a nice drive out of the forest and the highway. The slower speed meant we ...
... least she got something out of
We were taken around the tour by a hugely enthusiastic and loud girl called Rae,
who shouted "Y'ALL" a lot and did rock on/devil horn hand signs so often it was
like a tic. The first part of it consisted of a museum room, with cabinets
around the wall containing photos and knickknacks of the musicians who had
helped to launch Sun Studios - Elvis, Jonny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl