TripAdvisor Reviews Liberty Inn Memphis
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Today I will reach my destination state. I am thankful for my complimentary breakfast where I had pancakes and bacon. I took some fruit for the go and stopped at Valero for gas which cost me $42.83. I got a little hungry so I pulled out the banana and orange I got from the hotel for lunch. I am one step closer to reaching my final destination.
"It is better to travel well than to arrive." - ...
... with people, follow directions, get recommendations and read the historical information on the tourist signs. I knew after Europe what a barrier language was and how superficial our interactions with people were, but I am again reminded of how hard it must be for some people every day whose communication is limited.
When we get to the airport, the hotel provide a shuttle service and we are picked up by Ken. He's a nice guy though you can't help but wonder what these ...
... really cheap. I thought Texas had cheap gas, but Oklahoma does too. I like it. I like it a lot.
So the reason I was exiting the interstate was because we saw signs for "The National Shrine of Infant Jesus of Prague". They were state printed highway signs too, not just homemade billboards. We had to see what that was. It wasn't too far off the interstate so we went there. Turns out, it was a Catholic Church with ...
... for a 10-year lease and then moved to a larger location. The people who have had various businesses there since never actually changed the rooms, so it is still the original flooring (including crosses where the band members used to stand), roofing tiles, layout etc. It was pretty cool to imagine Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis etc recording and hanging out here.
We drove back to the hotel to park, then walked to the Rock and Soul Museum. It was ...
... Nicole, Corey and Ash to check out the Peabody hotel/duck palace. The Peabody hotel has little ducks living on the roof in the "Duck Palace Penthouse". During the day the ducks swim in the lobby pond, but at 5pm the “duck master” comes out rolls out the red carpet and the ducks get escorted to the duck palace. The hotel was packed full of people it was the most random and pointless 15 minutes of my life but it was good for a laugh. We then went upstairs to ...
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