Memphis-I-240 At Thousand Oaks Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... works, and we enter this hotel room which is dark then pitch black as the door closes behind us. We are both feeling the walls then each other in a can't see a f*cking thing kind of way. I am laughing. It's Python. Did you PAY for lights Jock? Yes I'm not that cheap. To add to the drama there was a green flashing light and the aircon unit sounded like a Louisiana airboat about to blow across the Bayou. We had to prop open the door to let the hallway light into our room ...
... Park to listen to a bunch of good ol' boys sitting in a circle swapping songs. No sooner had we sat down they asked where we was from and why we was in town. Next thing, I had a guitar in my hand and I was singing "Christmas Time In Washington." Deanne joined in and we worked our way thru Kasey Chamber's "I Still Pray" and "Once In A While." It was, to say the least, gratifying. Put us in a top mood for the Ozark Folk Centre's evening concert. It kicked off with the "Little House On ...
... I've ever had and some blues music and dancing- THANK YOU to Anthony's dad and fiancé for providing us with the meal!!! So kind! * Afterwards, we had a pool party at a family friend of Gina's and ate more BBQ and swam and played water basketball. It was indeed a day off well spent! Arkansas ...
... dad and all our furry and feathered children! — with Dave Foullie.
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... twins really “got it”. So I stopped them in the middle of the timeline about slavery and discrimination to explain that this wasn’t just history….that I lived through these times of discrimination and continue to see examples even today, telling them personal stories from the 60’s. The museum has done a fine job of giving examples of all kinds ...