Memphis-I-240 At Thousand Oaks Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a few hundred miles. I pulled into a McDonald's in Iuka, (eye-you-ka, the radio confirmed that I was right). I also discover that a larger percentage of the infamous obese Americans live in the south than in the north. Based on my entirely unscientific visual assumptions. That could be to do with the DELICIOUS chicken burger I had. It was a buttermilk breaded chicken breast on a brioche (I think?) bun, with fresh lettuce and ripe tomatoes. WOW! Mississippi. Also, ...
... room with a stunning bar. Elvis had 47 TV's in this house. The pool room is amazing. There is over 300 yards of fabric used to cover the walls and ceiling. Very 70's mind you and rather psychedelic.
The walls and ceilings going to the jungle room are all carpeted in green shag pile - oh yeah baby. Apparently this gave good acoustics as Elvis used to jam a lot with visitors down here. The jungle room is just ...
Memphis, home of the blues and also Elvis Presley. We visited the home of the King during the afternoon. Although I wouldn't say that I am a huge Elvis fan it was really interesting to see his home which has been preserved from the time he was living in it. In a way I was left with more questions about who exactly this man was, especially after seeing his home and meditation garden. ...
... focus on the killer of a civil rights crusader?
After the Civil Rights Museum I dropped my bags off at the hostel I was staying at. Fun fact, the only hostel operating in the greater Memphis area is run by a church to supplement their collections and dues from members; very progressive of them.
After that brief stop I went to the Stax Soul Museum and Recording Studio. Stax had a lot of great exhibits on how ...
... turn (I’m not a good navigator) and ended up on a narrow rocky dirt road with no cell reception. We climbed through the hills for about an hour, and every house we went past (not many) had signs up saying ‘No trespassing’ and stuff. We were a little worried about getting a flat tire, walking up to a house and having someone pointing a rifle at us! We made it out though with no problems.
Driving through the countryside all over the USA so ...