Knights Inn West Memphis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... that before, so we scheduled it for yesterday - it was interesting, but would have been more so if they'd had a better sound system - we couldn't really hear a word of what the tour guide said, and neither could the younger people, as I asked them! Nonetheless - fun to see that process!
... look at my waiver, proved not to be a problem and off we were to Jane and Mikes, where Angie and I were staying, and then to John’s for happy hour where P&C were staying. Quite a frustrating afternoon and a total waste of time, as we found out later we could have just walked over the bridge in Progresso and done all of what we needed in ½ an hour, with a tequila in hand. Aha but the experience. We drove 394 km on this day.
... but this time with a police officer between them, trying to cool the situation down!! Our next day was the typical Memphis tourist day, and one we could not really miss off our trip, Graceland! Not sure what to expect, we pulled up and got our tickets. We were then giving an interactive tour guide thing with headphones, and taken on a shuttle to Elvis' house. The whole tour of this house, you had a southern accent in your ears describing the whole house, and ...
... on each corner. Didn't hear any of the music we had come for. Tomorrow we will go to Gospel Tabernacle church for a new experience and then the Martin Luther King Museum. So this morning, I checked with the front desk to make sure that the church was in a safe area and worth seeing. She said it was good, but to dress inconspicuously, not to get lost, leave right after the service and we probably won't get shot! Honest! We decided to go to Graceland instead. There is so ...
... like he just left yesterday . So strong and moving experience . We both loved it and recommend it to everyone. On the way to New Orleans we stopped not far from Memphis in the town of Clarksdale - birthplace of the blues - legend has it that Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil at the crossroads here in exchange for mastery of the guitar http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Joh nson When you are in the blues town you have to go ...