Homewood Suites by Hilton Memphis Germantown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... time, he had his backpack stolen with a major loss of computer, camera equipment, credit cards and keys (It's amazing that replacement of a Honda and Toyota car key added up to almost $500). Thank goodness for insurance coverage, but it still takes time (much of the past week) and is a hassle to come up with all the paperwork for the items lost. We are amazed at the quick response from Travelers. Our claim was turned in last Thursday, and ...
... length—in order to make it back home to Memphis.
It was so good to finally walk in our back door and have Barney and Louie greet us with gusto and then to get some much needed sleep with both of them curled up beside us. Thank you Annie for taking such good care of them and our home during our absence.
We come back with so many impressions of memorable events. Most of all, however, we have a deep sense of thankfulness to have the resources, the will, and ...
... a vastly different culture, or how India is a country overflowing with vibrant people which has a much longer and richer history than our own, or any number of other rather amorphous reasons for the trip?
We recall reading a travel book where the author was being asked similar questions at every stop. Finally, he simply said that he had lost a bet and now had to go on an arduous journey to satisfy his obligation, and that seemed ...
... unchanged since the Seventies (he bought the house when he was only 22). If you close your eyes, you can almost hear the laughter and the singing with everyone gathered around him, playing his piano. To stand at the bottom of the staircase and hear his daughter describe how she remembers hearing him come down, jewelry jingling, long before he appeared at the bottom of the stairs, is funny and moving at the same time. Later on, ...
... traveled through towns and cities of Turkey, it was common to hear the call to prayer numerous times a day from speakers mounted high on the minarets of the local mosques. Often the mosque Imams would alternate, as the haunting, singsong calls came from one direction then from another.
Visiting the many beautiful mosques, especially the opportunity to be present during evening prayers and watching ...