Sleep Inn - Memphis / Old Austin Peay Hwy

Address: 2855 Old Austin Peay Hwy, Memphis, Tennessee, 38128-5604, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Frayser - Raleigh PD area of Memphis, is near Memphis Zoo, Levitt Shell, Putt-Putt Family Park, and Overton Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Memphis

      One for the money...

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 27, 2014

      ... and restautant. Beale Street is to Memphis what Bourbon is to New Orleans. Brash, neon and pumping with blues music, bars line the streets competing with one another with a huge array of artists. We opted for BB King’s based on the strength of reviews of not only the artist who was appearing, but on the reviews of the food! We opted for a plate of ribs which were coated in a spicy Tennessee sauce and were delicious. The artist was playing the music that ...

      Memphis - Home of the Blues

      A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... being belted out. The southern comfort food was very prominent with fried pickles and iced tea. The only downer on our night was when we got back to our van it had been broken into and we ended up waiting for hours for the police to finish investigating. The mosquitoes had a feast. Luckily for me I hadn't left anything in the van but others lost wallets, passports, iPads and ...

      Dr. Martin Luther King,s Museum and Beale Street

      A travel blog entry by cubm on Jun 12, 2014

      Leila: As we departed from the Drury Plaza Hotel we headed onto Memphis, TN. We arrived at the National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel where Dr. King was assassinated. We were ushered quickly inside to begin our tour. It started with a film on the beginning of slavery until Dr. King<s assassination. We were then on our own to tour. There were sculptures of slaves as they must have been squeezed on the ship with their ...

      Graceland

      A travel blog entry by teunhilte on Jan 17, 2014

      21 photos

      ... unchanged since the Seventies (he bought the house when he was only 22). If you close your eyes, you can almost hear the laughter and the singing with everyone gathered around him, playing his piano. To stand at the bottom of the staircase and hear his daughter describe how she remembers hearing him come down, jewelry jingling, long before he appeared at the bottom of the stairs, is funny and moving at the same time. Later on, ...

      Soul and Civil Rights

      A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on Jun 06, 2013

      3 comments, 98 photos

      ... they returned to the hotel with a bunch of live ducks and threw them into the fountain. The hotel manager told them that he thought he could train them to live on the roof, march single file down to the fountain every day at 11:00 a.m., splash around until 5:00 p.m. when they would again march single file back to the elevator and up to the roof.

      What a genius ...