Extend a Suites West Memphis
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... able to get views of the ornately decorated lounge and dining rooms, the very yellow and blue basement media room and the green jungle room (with a large scary bear and guitar sitting in a round chair in the corner). The games room was decorated with 350yds of material covering the ceiling and walls which took three people ten days to achieve. Moving through the final exhibits to the Meditation Garden where visitors can pay their respects, the hour and a half long ...
... and moved up the street to the other government building that had a bunch of free parking and a work trailer of sorts that ensconced the appropriate windows we had to approach to get our papers and the papers for the truck, which as it turns out was the most important.
As it was Christmas the worse was yet to come. I was already freaking about having left the US and having to get back in without the appropriate declarations ...
... before settling down for an hour to watch some of the blues music. You could see everyone here loved their music, and that the musicians dedicated themselves to it! We decided to then sit down for a meal and watch some music in the famous B.B. King's Club. After waiting a little while for our table we were seated, about 8 foot from the stage. So as we tucked into our food, we listened to the music, and watched the large black contingent groove and grind, and the ...
... the secretary that asked him to use Elvis as part of a group since he hung outside the studio every day after school and she felt sorry for him. And he "sold" Elvis' contract to RCA for only $35,000 one year later. Also making their first hits in this studio (which has not been touched since the 1950's) were BB King, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis! In fact, when we saw the broadway show, Million Dollar Quartet, the set of the show was recreated to look exactly ...
... a bit in this small lousy airport, before continuing the journey to Los Angeles. This was more like breaking the flying time from the east to the west coast. Can't really say I've been to Memphis, but at the least, I can say I've inhaled Memphis air. ...