La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis East-Sycamore View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bags (just incase) after the first stop we relaxed when he got off. We had two seats to ourselves, I slept like a baby! Had the odd bum shuffle and shake of the leg to wake my dead leg and bum up but that was about it! We got a taxi to the hotel, we weren't even bothering to walk it was so hot even at 8am!! The hotel managed to check us in early about 8.30 after we went upstairs and grabbed some breakfast. It was a little strange the set up of the ...
... On display are recording devices from the history of Sun as well as posters and other memorabilia. The highlight of the tour is downstairs. The recording studio is preserved as it was when Elvis recorded "That's alright Mama". This tiny room is full of energy, like a sound proofed battery, bursting with history. Standing on the exact spot where Elvis accidently changed history, holding the microphone that he once held is a religious ...
... broccoli. I had a glass of Sav Blanc and Dave had a Bud Light and for dessert I had key lime pie and Dave had Mississippi mud cake. We nearly had to roll back to our hotel room we were so full. Tug's was absolutely packed as it is also open to the public not just the guests of the River Inn. We loved the southern hospitality and have fallen in love with the Memphis accent even more than the Nashville accent.
We only had ...
... I lay down on his bed in the jet, for a picture and oops .... I set off the alarm. ( quick exit before getting caught but least I can say .... I have been in Elvis's bed)
And then there is Elvis's jumpsuit collection ..... so many of them, all with so much intricate detail, studs and gemstones. A walk through his trophy room, just amazed me how many Gold and Platinum records ...
... from an American diner.
Our next stop was the Lorraine Motel. This is where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated in 1968. It is no longer used as a motel, and is the site of the National Civil Rights Museum, but the fašade has not been changed, and a wreath hangs on the balcony of room 306, marking the spot where he was standing when he was shot. I found this site a little more moving than the JFK museum in Dallas, and I think this is because nothing has ...