La Quinta Inn & Suites Horn Lake / Southaven Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Horn Lake
... to pay my respects to a man who fought to make such an incredible difference in the world. A bit of r and r was in need so myself, Claire, Danielle and Zoe hung out on the steps facing the Lorraine motel to do a bit of sunbathing. As we were in Memphis home to the king and after our trip to Graceland's yesterday it only seemed fitting to visit The Sun Studios were it all began and were history was made. After a long trek down Beale street and the streets of ...
... headset and a audio transmitter. At each exhibit I keyed in a number for it and a narrative was given As most of it was 19/20th century music/life history I was fascinated.
I booked into a downtown hotel and on the recommendation of the registrar I went back to Beale St. To BB Kings Restaurant and Blues Club. The barbecue is had was excellent and the entertainment was great. I am a contented puppy.
... didn't like it....so much so that she refused to operate her wipers! That was interesting to say the least! Big momma raindrops were bursting off the windscreen and exploding kinda like fireworks do and we were squinting past it as best we could! We turned off the radio or something and the wipers came back on so all was good again. She's full of little secret tricks Jennaay!
We decided to camp at Graceland. It seemed like the thing to do when ...
... on the infamous Beale street. We then strolled through some rather eerie streets of abandoned factories and residences, to find the perfectly preserved motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. With the 1960s cars still parked outside. We passed an old movies supply shop selling popcorn, lighting, seats... It has probably been closed since the 60s and never occupied since! We also passed a cinema that has been running since 1938! So, a quick stop through ...
Next it was time for a star Memphis attraction – the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel. It is currently undergoing its first remodeling since it was built. But we could still see everything. I had forgotten how poignant it was…..and I wanted to make ...