TripAdvisor Reviews Liberty Inn Memphis
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... up area of work spaces and hotels it's got a relaxed feeling to it even with nobody about. We thought sure there would be people in the museum.. Nope! The museum was brilliant, it was inside of the Lorraine hotel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr. Was shot dead. They had kept the front of the motel the same, even with the original cars parked in the lot outside and then inside was the museum, it went through the years of slavery and how the ...
Suzanne and I couldn't decide if we wanted to see Graceland. I know we are in Memphis, why wouldn't you? Once Suzanne found out they had a Zoo with Bonobos it was a no brainer. " A happy Wife an even happier Husband" is what I was thinking about when I said "sure Honey let's go to the zoo." Suzanne loves watching the primates and the Bonobos were really cool. They had a toddler and a baby, which was worth the price ...
... The museum had some interesting insights and discussion points about where access to quality education fits into our nation's continuing discussion of civil rights but the vast majority of the museum was dedicated to discussing the conspiracy theories around whether James Earl Ray had assistance from the mob or the US government or was framed for Dr. King's assassination. Why would you have a Civil Rights museum focus ...
... the feeling that he was a very lonely person.
After spending many many hours at Graceland we got a taxi to Beale Street. Yet another interesting taxi ride to say the least. The taxi driver was a Jamacian guy about our age and his girlfriend (we think it was his girlfriend and not a hooker) came along too. I say hooker as he had flyers in the taxi for hookers as well as viagra on his dashboard. We got to talking and he ...
Off we go again, to Memphis, Elvis's home town. Relaxed at the hotel for awhile, I sorted out luggage in my now .... two suitcases.
It is Elvis Week, in honor of the anniversary of his death .... 16 August 1977.
Took a trip into Downtown, for a walk along the Mississippi Riverfront and then to the famous Beale street. The street had been closed off at both entrances, only motor bikes and pedestrian's where allowed to enter.
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4046 Lamar Ave., Memphis | Innfrom $51