Magnolia Inn

Address: 8193 US Highway 51 North, Millington, Tennessee, 38053, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 8193 US Highway 51 North, Millington.
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Travel Blogs from Millington

Cruise end - enroute to Mexico

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on May 02, 2015

1 comment

... of many of the passengers we spoke to.

The tastiest food on the boat was the popcorn. The dining room service was atrocious; food was handled without gloves or the use of tongs; food was left out all day uncovered; tables weren't cleared or cleaned - just to name a few concerns. We heard that a lot of passengers had come down with diarrhoea. I would not recommend the American Queen Steamboat Company ...

Day six Sunday 31st August 2014 Memphis

A travel blog entry by michellejo86 on Aug 31, 2014

12 photos

... in Vegas. He was a lot shorter than I thought more like on my level. Myself, Betina and Sofia then checked out Elvis automobile collection which was very impressive, absolutely love Cadillacs. Elvis had such extravagant taste buy hey with the money had he could afford to. Absolutely loved his pink Cadillac. After a huge wait in the sweltering heat myself, Emily, Hikarou, Betina and Sofia boarded the Graceland shuttlebus which took us a mere 45 seconds to drive across Elvis ...

Walking in Memphis

A travel blog entry by ljshearn on Jun 06, 2014

... Civil Rights Museum. Want to also head to Graceland but it's a bit pricey to go inside. We may just get the signature photo outside the gates! We are also hoping to try out the famous Gus' Fried Wings in town. Only in Memphis hey! Pics to come very soon ...

20 dollars for a sandwich

A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 16, 2014

... feel to it, maybe it's all the tourists wearing cowboy boots and hats or possibly all the hype around it. Beale street, although also quite touristy, has a much more varied scene.
Due I'm sure in some part to the festival, the street was packed. It was like a big friendly street party and everything that the actual food festival was not. The plan was originally to crawl down the strip, hitting as many bars as possible, however, in part due to cover charge at every single one, ...

A full day in Memphis

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 24, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... teacher. He spoke for the full 90 minutes we were on the boat, talking about the history of Memphis, the river, the towboat captains, and the natural disasters on this part of the river. The Mississippi flows south from Minnesota to New Orleans but after an earthquake in the early 1800s, a section of the river near Memphis flew north for three days until the fault was filled. Amazing. It was a very interesting way to spend a sunny ...