Regal Inn

Address: 4063 South Third Street, Memphis, Tennessee, 38109, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the South Memphis Planning Dist area of Memphis, is near Graceland, Chucalissa Archaeological Museum, and Opera Memphis.
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Travel Blogs from Memphis

Elvis Is Everywhere! Elvis Is Still The King!

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 20, 2014

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... of The King's greatest hits. As I snapped a picture of Deanne kissing the Elvis clone I thought if Elvis could choose Mac or PC he would choose Mac, and not necessarily a big one. Back in the TV room, where "Speedway" was doing its victory lap, I thought if Elvis could shoot out one more TV set, the thing or the person he was really trying to destroy would be blown to smithereens. Maybe his doctor and his prescription pad; maybe Michael ...

Beale Street, Riverfront, Trolly and Peabody Hotel

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jun 02, 2014

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Since we made it to Memphis early we decided to go to Beale Street and enjoy the afternoon. Beale Street reminds us of Bourbon street and was fun to visit. Lots of music and places to have a cold one and grab some great ribs. There is much more to see when you are down there like the Peabody Hotel, you can watch the ducks walk on the red carpet and take the trolley to the riverfront. It wasn't hard getting around the area but we were there on a ...

Memphis, one of my new favourite cities!

A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jun 16, 2013

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... and went into detail on the assassination, where Martin Luther King Jr had come to town to help sanitation workers on strike and had ended up being killed. One thing we learned from Sun Studio, The Civil Rights Museum and then at the Rock n Soul Museum was how influential the blues music was. It was originally from the black slaves, who developed this music way back when, and then helped to unite white and black people back in the times ...

MEMPHIS: SUN STUDIOS AND GRACELAND

A travel blog entry by jdboy on Apr 15, 2013

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... I had chills running down my spine and it was almost emotional. Didn't have a cry but. The last part of the mansion tour was the Meditation Garden where Elvis, his mother Gladys, his father Vernon and grandmother Minnie Mae Hood Presley lie buried. This was the saddest part of the tour, not because it is Elvis's final resting place but because it is donned with plastic flower bouquets. Very tacky. With all the money that his estate brings in, you think they ...

That ain't no trash can!

A travel blog entry by healsby on Aug 31, 2012

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We'd had a quick glimpse of Sun Studios as we'd driven past in the taxi the
other day, and it had looked small, but when we arrived we realised just how
titchy it actually was. The building stuck out in a wedge into the middle of a
couple of small roads, and pretty much just consisted of a front 'shop' where we
bought our tickets, and which was stuffed floor to ceiling with t shirts, CDs
and other memorabilia, and the recording ...

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