Iris Motel

Address: 1950 North Bellevue Blvd., Memphis, Tennessee, 38107, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the North Memphis area of Memphis, is near Slave Haven / Burkle Estate Museum, Victorian Village Historic District, and The Carriage Company.
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Travel Blogs from Memphis

Heading to Memphis

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 03, 2015

... some cajan catfish mmm. A nice place to stay with not to many people there at this time of year. I just had to do a chore of cleaning the sinks as part of my stay. Tried the communal bathroom which was new to me! Hostels are a good way to meet people and get a social fix as well as finding out about local ...

The kings backyard. Day 6

A travel blog entry by scurrington on Aug 31, 2014

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... s grave, surreal feeling to pay my respects to someone my mum grew up with idolising. In life he was flamboyant rock and roll star, in death he is a legend, The day rolls to end with van ride in Memphis for the world famous chicken of Guss's, must say great tasting chicken for very little money. Last thing on today's agenda is siting here writing this, thinking tomorrow adventure into Memphis is going be ...

So good you gonna slap your Mumma!

A travel blog entry by biancadon2014 on May 25, 2014

... had about 16 tables in it - all full. So outside we stood. It was a warm day so we applied sunscreen and Don even wandered off and bought some water to keep our hydration levels up. The numbers dwindled down after we had been waiting a good hour, but there were still larger groups then us waiting. We were all hungry, hot and bothered. Some dark clouds started to roll in which added a nice level of stickiness to the ...

Memphis Museums

A travel blog entry by cottongk on Apr 18, 2014

After another fun night in Memphis walked to the Civil Rights Museum and the site where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. We really received an education, but I think what we took from this most was that the people with no power achieved equal rights by peaceful protest and the people with all the power tried to stop them through violence. Very interesting.

Day-66 Springfield to Memphis Tennessee

A travel blog entry by tessacat on Aug 14, 2013

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... bikes lined the street, old and new, flash, flasher and totally flashing, (just like Christmas tree lights) all the bells and whistles. Every colour imaginable .... There was literally hundred's of motorbikes.

The street rang out with music coming from all the many night clubs .... magnificent atmosphere, people from different walks of life enjoying the evening. Night markets and souvenir shops, everything "Elvis" for sale, that you could think ...

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