Red Roof Inn West Memphis
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... to be the soldier that he is and was gamely jumping up on the tailgate, negotiating the narrow isle way to the front and hoping up on his platform bed without hitting his head on the camper roof and then sticking his head through the two windows to join us in the cab. Having now discovered that he could fit through the windows and sit with the girls in the back, we now had to make sure someone was back there, or we had the sliders ...
... gas storage facilities (if there is an explosion on the news tomorrow around West Memphis, come look for us), we crossed the levee (this park was 20 feet under water twice in the floods of 2011), and then came to a broken up asphalt road covered with gravel. Were we having fun yet?? When we got to the entrance to the park, we were greeted with a well paved road, trees making a canopy over us, and then a cute little office where we stopped to check in. All was finally well.
... s when the general manager brought ducks to the hotel after a few too many whiskey's. The ducks live in the fountain in the lobby and every day make the march with their 'duck master' to and from their penthouse suite via the elevator. Hilarious. That night was the beginning of the baseball final so we found a sports bar to watch Boston Red Sox vs St. Louis cardinals. Cardinals beat the Red Sox by a ...
... 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 ...
... had loads of instruments and the original
microphone, it was well worth the visit indeed.
She took questions after and I complimented her on her knowledge and the
fact that there wasn’t too much on Elvis, as I am not a fan, and she quietly
mouthed to me that she wasn’t either!
Next stop is Graceland the mansion, which happens to be
opposite my hotel, but you have to have a bus to get in up the driveway. Now bearing in mind ...