Staybridge Suites Memphis - Poplar Ave East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... can explore the history of cotton and its influence on not only the economy of the South, but the world. The floor of the exchange is ringed by a beautiful mural that tells the history of cotton in America. There's also one entire wall that recreates the exchange as it would have been. Exhibits trace the history of slavery, the uses of cotton, and even ...
... Hotel. We had been hearing all about this hotel and some of its permanent residents.... some ducks. These ducks have been made famous because they live upstairs on the roof top from 5pm to 11am but during the day they live in the fountain in the middle of the lobby. But wait there is more. At 11am and 5pm they march on a red carpet to or from the fountain to the elevator that takes them up or down from the roof at the appropriate time. The Hotel area around the fountain ...
... not sure we, or OAT, or the U. S. State Department would have deemed it safe to travel in Turkey. With the exception of a foray to Cappadocia, our trip will be focused on the Western edge of Turkey, the coastline along the Agean Sea. This is a long way from the Syrian border and the conflict that occasionally erupts in that ...
... of residential houses complete with their own shops incorporated into the buildings (the shops just look like a residential house), a place we could definitely live. The first afternoon at the River Inn we took a long walk along the river. After coming from New York state we were dressed in long pants and t-shirts thinking it would be chilling. It didn't take us long to realise that this was a bad idea, very hot and sweaty when we got back to our ...
... to get on the correct bus, what we don't do is get off at the correct stop - we have gone too far! We must walk back, it's 38degreesC, we still haven't eaten anything all day. We walk along Tillman Street - aka Memphis Ghetto (think the 'rough streets' from the film Blind Side), we spend a little time pretending like this was all fine and we would soon be on a different road. 20mins later and we admit that this was the ...