Sleep Inn - Memphis / Old Austin Peay Hwy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... see it.
The camp host is a crusty old man from the woods. He rides his cart around the campground accompanied by his dog. He and Harley met and seemed to get along fine. He has lived here at the campground for 25 years and has been the host for the past six. Nice guy.
Anyway back to the story. We backed in to site #3 and got the water and electrical hooked up and sat outside since it was warm and stuffy in the coach. The dash A/C ...
... Ruby’s copy was clearly well loved and used. Every good Amish woman has this cookbook, it’s not for sale in stores, it was specifically written for the Amish community. So we feel pretty special having one each, and we had her tell us her favourite recipes. All in all, it was an amazing experience. We never thought we would get to spend the night with an Amish family or have them show us around. There we were just hoping for a picture of a carriage on the street! ...
... a drink! Bonus! Still early, not very many people yet.
While we were walking from bar to shops to bar, we see this big crowd of people around a "band". To our surprise, when we get there, 5 kids were the band! Kids, 3 boys playing trumpets, two little girls, one also playing the trumpet and/or drums, one dancing. I would say they were all less than 10 years old. Accompanied by a lady, maybe their ...
Flew through Houston -- a slight delay leaving Houston but not bad. Arrived hotel then went out to dinner with colleague. Dinner was very tasty, and I loved the patio setting. We sat outside -- it was warm but didn't rain (except drops you could count on one hand). A few people out and about in Memphis downtown at night, but not a lot. ...
... roll was born in Memphis at Sun Studio. Sam Phillips is credited with recording Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" which is thought by many as the first song in the rock & roll genre.
A month after graduating from high school Elvis Presley paid $4.00 to record a song for his mom at Sun Studio. It wasn't until almost a year later that he recorded "That's All Right" at Sun Studio. Three days later the song was played on a local ...