Wingate by Wyndham Cordova / Memphis

Address: 2270 North Germantown Parkway, Cordova, Tennessee, 38016, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Walnut Grove - Shelby Farms PD area of Cordova, is near Putt-Putt Family Park, Shelby Farms Stables, Davies Manor Plantation, and Stonebridge Golf Club.
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      "Since ma baby left me.....heartbreak Hotel...."

      A travel blog entry by flightof3kiwis on Aug 13, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... in the audience, who it turns out is from Brazil. Having heard Max get up and play, she asks if she could sing with The Sonny Mac band......she has one of the best live voices I've ever heard. So the crowd go wild, as the phrase goes, and everyone is very happy with the Southern Hemisphere players.

      Mud Island is an example of the contrasts in wealth in Memphis. These are ...

      Days 6, 7, 8: Memphis, Drive to Badlands

      A travel blog entry by elijahjatovsky on May 14, 2013

      23 photos

      ... evening after sundown and began the 17-hour sprint across the American Heartland to the Badlands, driving through Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. While we spent 17 hours actually driving, the trip itself took nearly 21 hours, with us arriving a little before 7pm on Friday.

      Somewhere in northern Missouri we hit 2,000 miles, of course bumping Rihanna to mark the occasion. We decided to have breakfast at Betty's Diner in ...

      Cowboy boots, honky-tonks & The King: Tennesse

      A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Oct 01, 2012

      3 photos

      ... we continued south, heading to Memphis, and the home of the king. The further south we go, the more pronounced the accents are getting: there's a hell of a lot of y'all going on, which is pretty cool. We visited Graceland on the way into Memphis, and yes, it was pretty cool. Not as tacky as I thought it might ave been, although there was definitely a certain amount of kitsch and over-the-top-ness. The jungle room is one that comes to mind, with green ...

      Elvis has NOT left the building.

      A travel blog entry by thedirtysouth on May 07, 2012

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... lucky to have experienced the day.

      We got back to the hotel and decided to head out on Beale Street again. This was the beginning of the end... 2 Buds, a Singapore Sling, too many Pabst Blue Ribbons, a Wild Turkey and fried catfish saw their way up out of my stomach and into a toilet. We spent the evening in a bar named The Blues Bar on Beale Street, wrote on the walls like locals, watched a band called Ghost Town Blues Band and drank ...


      A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on Oct 12, 2011

      3 comments, 35 photos

      ... As a result we were in the queue for the shuttle bus for Graceland at 9.30 this morning. We got on the shuttlebus and 1 minutes drive later we were at the house. It is so ridiculous that you can't park there but our experiences of American's walking (outside of New York) shows that they don't like to do it (we've seen people be shuttled/driven less than 30 metres down the road or ...