Hyatt Place Wolfchase Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of The King's greatest hits. As I snapped a picture of Deanne kissing the Elvis clone I thought if Elvis could choose Mac or PC he would choose Mac, and not necessarily a big one. Back in the TV room, where "Speedway" was doing its victory lap, I thought if Elvis could shoot out one more TV set, the thing or the person he was really trying to destroy would be blown to smithereens. Maybe his doctor and his prescription pad; maybe Michael ...
... you to come to your own conclusion. I didn’t even get to the rest of the museum because it was about to close, so we went to the actual assassination location on the balcony of the hotel.
Out the front was a protestor wrapped head to toe (it was freezing) so you couldn’t see her face, with signs saying things like ‘Gentrification is an abuse of civil liberties’ and calling for a boycott. We looked her up after we ...
We had a long drive from Dallas to Memphis so had a couple of stops along the way. First stop was in Texacana which is a city on the Texas and Arkansas border, we stopped here for photos in 2 states then continued driving. Next stop was in Little Rock which was a hot spot during the Civil Rights Movement and is the former home of Bill Clinton when he was Governor of Arkansas. We went inside the Capitol building which looked exactly like the one in Washington DC only smaller. We ...
... Nebraska (population 481), which is along the Iowa border, across the Mississippi. There was a bizarre $1 bridge toll both entering and leaving the town, but we nevertheless recharged on coffee, eggs and toast to the backdrop of some old locals grumbling about national politics.
Earlier, Arno had noticed a small chip on the windshield, probably sustained after a small pebble flew into the glass on the highway, so after crossing back into Iowa we decided ...
... on the floor and the ceiling, and animal inspired chairs - don't worry, I've got photos. It was interesting to learn a little more about him too. Then we headed off to another pretty historically significant place in Memphis: the Lorraine hotel, which is where Martin Luther King Jnr. was killed and now houses the Civil Rights museum. It's a pretty full-on place, particularly as you can see the exact place where he was shot. It felt lightly weird taking a photo of ...