La Quinta Inn & Suites Horn Lake / Southaven Area
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Travel Blogs from Horn Lake
... immaculate, and concrete pads are available to park on and set your things on at every campsite. If you have a small camper, I'd go to the state park. You will need the shade as Mississippi can get very warm.
This afternoon we had the pleasure of meeting the Putt family (from ALASKA!!!) and they are doing a tour of the United States. Their children were Noah's age and they had a good time playing guitar and riding ...
... 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 ...
... Pink limo
takes me back to the hotel and I have a sit by the pool, a very pleasant
Up for breakfast first thing and walk down the street to get
my Graceland tickets, I also buy a ticket to the Sun City Studios where I head
to first, on the Sun City Bus, was extremely interesting trip and you’ll never
guess they have a DVD playing in the bus, guess who???? Groan! Its him
again. There was a bloke on the bus with
After getting a 16 hour bus journey and a few problems along the way I arrived in Memphis, I got a taxi straight to Graceland, first you get in a shuttle bus and they take you all around the mansion which is really intersting. You have a headset so you can get the storey of each room. At the end you get to see his grave which was very ...
... pulled pork was to die for... but me, with my typical eyes bigger than belly attitude, ordered 3 entrees... We still have doggy bags full of Southern BBQ'ed meat sat in our hotel room... On our way to Marlowes we shared our limo with two lovely ladies from Birmingham Alabama called Windy and Arwen (yes, her parents were Tolkien fans) we shared a table with 'em and after a couple of hours we were swapping ...