Super 8 Motel Heth

Address: 453 Hwy 149, Heth, Arkansas, 72346, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 453 Hwy 149, Heth, is near Hollywood Casino and Tunica Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Heth

The road to Nashville

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 19, 2014

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... we got nothin here that's good for you sweetie." The singing mans first name was Pork. Pork cannot possibly be his given name at baptism. Perhaps a fondness for ham or youthful chubbiness lead to the moniker. One thing for sure though, if he wants to make it big he needs to ditch the meat product Christian name. He brilliantly covered classic Hank Williams , Willie, Merle with a few other unknown belters thrown in. He had a proper country voice, played ...

Day Seven Monday 1st September 2014 Memphis

A travel blog entry by michellejo86 on Sep 01, 2014

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... ashamed to be a white person and I felt like an apology was owed. Learning about the slave trade and segregation in America really opened my eyes and to think that this happened only 50 years ago is shocking. Having friends from all walks of life, backgrounds and cultures it broke my heart to think of how malicious people were back then and I really felt for those segregated. I could not of stood there and let people throw drinks over my friends or beat them for sitting at ...

History of the blues (& rock and roll)

A travel blog entry by gerryu on Apr 01, 2014

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... golf carts and jets. Quite a spender also . . . We caught the Memphis Rock & Soul Museum. Nice interactive history displays courtesy of the Smithsonian. Next - it was on to the highlight of Memphis. The duck parade at the Peabody Hotel. This century old downtown institution has been hosting a family of ducks in their lobby fountain for over sixty years. What started as a practical joke in the 30's, ...

Elvis is Everywhere

A travel blog entry by videoray.ag on Sep 15, 2013

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Hat tip to Mojo Nixon for the blog title.


3 1/2 hours at Graceland and we are pretty much Elvis-ed out. It was everyone's first visit, except for Scott who had been once before.

His taste in home furnishings can be questioned but it's impossible to look at the rows of gold records, awards, fan mail, and flowers (which he still gets today!) and not be a bit awestruck.

There is lots of stuff to see: the Jungle Room, the 15 ...

Memphis - last day

A travel blog entry by harleyrider2 on Aug 15, 2013

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... merchandise. We were picked up by this hilarious cab driver who had us in fits the whole trip, dropped us and then about an hour later came back and collected us, resulting in yet another hilarious trip back to the hotel.

We did visit some interesting places on the tour - some are named above and should also include St, Judes Children's Hospital which was built by Danny Thomas, the director of "I love Lucy". ...