Homegate Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the **** we had in the back, plus the booze and the cigarettes, plus my waiver. We were about 2 hours getting our papers, go here go there pay this pay that, all in Mexicana, but the major hurdle is the traffic on the other side trying to get into the US for Christmas shopping. We finished our paper work then out into the traffic and spent 2 hours in line getting to the Homeland Security wicket, which after a couple of questions and ...
... traffic due to a nasty looking accident. Eventually we cleared Atlanta and had a good run with the heavy rains chasing us right up to Chattanooga at the bottom of Tennessee. Chattanooga looked nice in the sunset and the drive through the Tennessee mountains west towards Tullahoma was something pretty special. In fact, it's probably been my favourite part of the drive so far. It's just a pity that we couldn't get in a little earlier as it was pitch black for the last 50 miles so ...
... go up and down the river. Tomorrow we are heading to Graceland where we will stay and purchase a tour of Elvis’s home and grounds.
Monday, June 17 – Tom Sawyer’s Mississippi River RV Park and Campground, West Memphis, AR
This park is right on the river so that you can enjoy watching the barges as they head north or south. The costs depends on what type of site you have river, cement, tent, full hookups, ...
... full of rock and roll shops, bars and restaurants. A nice place to see. Later, it was dinner time and we ordered a BBQ feast in one of the restaurants on Beale Street. When in Memphis and all... Tomorrow we will get out and about properly to explore and also visit Graceland. This travelling malarkey is hard ...
... much to our surprise, we were informed by the security guard on duty that Elvis was "not at home" and we were invited to come inside and take a peek at some of the living quarters! Well, 35 years later--almost to the exact date of Elvis' death--things have definitely changed. There is a huge parking lot, a visitors' center, several gift shops and eateries, as well as a shuttle bus to the mansion, ...