SpringHill Suites Memphis East / Galleria
Travel Blogs from Memphis
... my blue suede shoes and board the plane many hours ago. Lucky when I touched down in the land of the Delta blues, it wasn't pouring rain. Today however the heavens did open and poured down sideways. The streets were a washout. We ducked for cover and decided best to stick to the diners and museums, likely Memphis has the best in the world, particularly Elvis's old home, and place of rest, Graceland. We hired a car yesterday, so it was easy to get out there. It's 20 mins out of town. It's ...
... the ripple of the pool, ice cold beer and sizzling skin really made it feel as though we were properly on holiday....absolute bliss!
So where else do you spend your last nigh in Memphis than at the legendary B.B. Kings Blues Café, Brought back memories of Ronnie Scotts in Soho with tables centred around a stage with some of the greatest musicians on Beale Street just doing what they love! Great food, great atmosphere but plastic ...
... Blues City Cafe first, Brad Birkedahl and the Burnin' Love Band were playing. We enjoyed them for a while and then decided to see what else was going on. We headed down the street to Silky O'Sullivan's for the nightly dueling piano's...these guys were hilarious! Before we knew it, it was after midnight, the trolley stopped running at 11pm so time to start the walk back to the hotel.
Graceland in the morning before we head out to Clarksville.
... park around 4pm which was located behind the Heatbreak Hotel and right next to Graceland. All the streets were named after Elvis songs and the 24* 7 Elvis only Sirius radio satellite station was coming out of various speakers around the park. I couldn't believe I was actually in Graceland. It was a place I had heard a lot about in pop culture but I never really thought I would ever see it for myself, I think because I never thought I would ever be in Tennessee. ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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