La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis East-Sycamore View
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... hotel across the road where his killer shot from still has the window slight agar. Quite spooky really. Speaking of spooky, tonight was of course Halloween. We decided what better that to do a walking ghost tour of all the creepy haunted counters of downtown Memphis. It started late, and took in all the old brothels, dive joints and ruined buildings. Great stuff! It doesn't matter of you believe this stuff or not it has a way of getting to you. Particularly the old 1930' s ...
... the rocks. Lynchburg is a dry country so no alcohol can be bought or consumed, very comical that one of the worlds most popular whiskeys is made right here. The staff are given a bottle of JD on the first Friday of every month, they call it good Friday LOL. After the tour we go to a little diner for lunch then on the road to Memphis we go. We pit stop at a place called Bucksnort... Char couldn't help herself and had to get a souvenir from the little servo we ...
This morning I got up and went for a run around the neighbourhood. I managed to do 5km's. When everyone was up and had breakfast, another amazing breakfast from Janie but this morning we had delicious muffins either plain or blueberry and nut. We headed into Memphis over the Mississippi River and then parked across the road from the Peabody hotel. We walked past Huey's but it was too early to go and eat. Walked along Beale Street ...
... 3 mile, the history from the ship's guide was very interesting and entertaining. From the founding of the City and yellow fever plaques to the USA's worst maritime disaster on the SS Sultana.
Chris was enjoying it all immensely and Zach had found a new buddy to play with on the stairs of the boat outside, a 6 year old African American kid who was part of 70 people plus group. It asked the boy's mother and ...
... we all finished them anyway. We had a massive DnM at dinner and became pretty close with the boys :). The chef then brought out ski shots and several people volunteered to do them which was pretty funny. We also had smorg for desert which is an American desert where you melt a marshmallow on a candle and make a biscuit sandwich with the marshmallow and Hershey’s chocolate bar, it was delicious!!!! After dinner we walked down to Beale Street which was really cool! We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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