Tunica Roadhouse Casino & Hotel

Address: 1107 Casino Center Dr., Tunica Resorts, Mississippi, 38664, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1107 Casino Center Dr., Tunica Resorts, is near Gold Strike Casino, Bally's Casino Tunica, Casino at the Grand, and Bluesville Performance Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Tunica Resorts

    Memphis at night

    A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 16, 2014

    ... white blues/soul guy I've never heard of who increased the awesome factor ten fold, with a divine voice and dogs bollox harp playing. I believe in an earlier blog I expressed II some disillusionment about the music of the south, well after Clarkesdale, Lafayette and Memphis I take all that back. Two more nights here before the Opry. We also haven't heard country yet. On the way home Bev and I grabbed a taxi. A "seb'n dollah " ride with a cabbie who ...

    20 dollars for a sandwich

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 16, 2014

    ... rocked up about 9ish, it was a huge festival full of heavily securitized tents and gazebos that had private parties of said bbq cooks that were invite only. This meant that the 3 of us, along with thousands of other people, were left walking around in a massive circle, eating 10 dollar sandwiches from the general food wagons, and drinking 10 dollar plastic cups of beer, looking wantonly on at other people having a good time, whilst occasionally trying to charm our way in to places ...

    Museum Morning

    A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 15, 2014

    6 comments, 13 photos

    ... and wow, talk about commercialism!!! It's $8 just to park..... Good job as I didn't want to go in... Maybe some other time...

    Got to the Sun museum on time and booked my tour for 10:30.
    I really enjoyed this, even though I'm not really into rock and roll. Turns out the guy who started the studio was a blues freak and he went about the Delta recording blues artists, like Howlin Wolf, BB King and Muddy Waters. One day a guy came ...

    Walking in Memphis

    A travel blog entry by olewis909 on Nov 01, 2013

    ... on a tour of Sun Studios, where rock 'n' roll was born, and visited the Civil Rights Museum, which is also the location of the spot where Martin Luther King was assassinated, which was eye-opening. In the eveningwe had a nice meal and made smores, then went for drinks in some of the cool blues bars. Next stop, Dallas, via Texarkana and ...

    Nashville bars and rock n' roll

    A travel blog entry by chrisdamore500 on Jul 13, 2013

    ... as this some of us also took part in the Cave of the winds tour where we got soaked down to our feet. Crossing the bridge over to Canada was quite something. The following day brought us to Cleveland, OH, and to be quite honest from what I saw it wasn't a great city. It was a very humid day and it is known as a 'working city'. A bit like Canary Wharf, it was very business-like and consisted of tall buildings and people in suits with briefcases. However, ...