New Hampshire Inn

898 Ingram Blvd, West Memphis, Arkansas, 72301, United States | 2 star hotel
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Down in the Jungle Room

A travel blog entry by healsby


... glass peacocks on the doors separating two areas which were really pretty. A little OTT for today's taste but still. We also got to see the kitchen, where Elvis gorged himself on peanut butter and banana sandwiches and fried chicken, and then went down into the basement to two of 'the King's' chill out rooms; one of which had tapestries lining each wall. After this, we came back up into the famous 'Jungle Room' which had carved wooden furniture and green ...

All Elvis, All The Time!

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... of Elvis' famous pink Cadillac so after I talked her out of the $90 model, she settled for a $10 smaller model. As for Jadin, he just followed along listening to the audio tour guide and doing some recording on his IPod. Not much of an interest for him but he was a good sport and never complained. I think he did enjoy going into the fancy planes though.

Graceland was nice to visit. I've done it once and got the family picture. But I doubt if I'll be back ...

Camping on the Mississippi & at Graceland

A travel blog entry by mcgovern


... on the ceiling, carpet in the kitchen, and the large size of the basement. After we left we went to see the car museum which had a lot of the cars that Elvis owned. He owned 33 cars and motorcycles in his whole life, which is a lot. I was surprised that he had so many because most of them were really expensive, like a Rolls Royce. My favorite car was the pink limo because it was the prettiest and it was high quality. When ...

Walkin' in Memphis...

A travel blog entry by lisa-phin


... man and who was then subsequently arrested was explained in detail. As was the story of James Meredith, the first black man to apply to the University of Mississippi and the resultant legal battle that ensued. It took about 18months but eventually he got there and required the national guard for his first day of university due to all the violence by the university students. I really had no idea that only 40 years ago the segregation and treatment ...

Home of the Blues, Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll

A travel blog entry by tano.chidwick

... the history of the slave trade and the underground railroad. We also went and checked out the Gibson/ Les Paul/ Epiphone factory display, and it was awesome! We got plenty of pictures of the place, and the lady there let us take a picture with our favorite ones. My favorite was a fully electric with black and gold wood grain, and a shiny chrome pick ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 898 Ingram Blvd, West Memphis, is near Main Street Trolley and National Ornamental Metal Museum.
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