Wingate by Wyndham Cordova / Memphis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wingate by Wyndham Cordova / Memphis
Travel Blogs from Cordova
... 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.
... Memphis, being a city, would be up and running at 6am, and that we'd find a breakfast place or somewhere where we could kill a few hours before checking in to our hotel.
What actually happened was that we pulled into an empty car park at 4.50am. It was still dark, there were no taxis to be found, and absolutely nothing was open. Not sure what to do, we decided to walk in a direction we believed to be downtown, and therefore the direction of our hotel. After ...
... commentary on certain areas that we would go into. The bus pulls up on the side of Graceland and we get to walk around to the front door only to be confronted with more lines of people ( how popular can one man be) anyway the front door opens and we walk into the entrance hall, on our right there is the lounge room quiet small in size, matter of fact Graceland overall is a small house. Everything has been left the way it was so just imagine the ...
... Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Then a long drive to Memphis that we reached at 7 pm.
After yesterday's scare the car performed well today. The engine revs more freely and the Webers are properly tuned, showing a good air/petrol mixture. The standard diff (as opposed to the short diff we had before) makes the car slower departing from a stop but is a delight on these long streches of motorway, where ...
... water. The congregation is small but what I see of the service is interesting. There are a lot of Amen’s, praise Jesus and even a few hallelujah’s. I’m slightly worried my heathen ass might burst into flames at any moment and they will all turn around, fingers pointing and driving out the un believer in their midst. Nothing happens of course, and I catch a few amazing gospel songs, sung by ordinary, unassuming people who get up when ...