Vista Inn Motel Downtown Memphis
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Had to run a few errands this morning – we found a bank ATM to make sure Citibank had properly deactivated Justin's card and that mine still worked. Then drove out to an AT&T store to work out why we couldn’t make international calls on our mobile. Had to pay an extra $5 per month, but it gives us 250 minutes of included …
Drove to Graceland in the late morning. Paid $10 for parking, then realised there was free parking right next door. Typical tourists. The tour around Graceland was excellent. The main level and basement are open to visitors, but they keep the upper level closed (where he died). I asked a staff member and she said none of them had ever seen it …
Woke up in Lynchburg, checked out then went to Whiskey Runners Restaurant for breakfast. $10 for 2 full cooked breakfasts and coffee! I love the USA. The lady was so warm and lovely, and gave us each a sample of her homemade chicken casserole from a 100-year-old recipe. Then, she came running into the dining room to wish us 'Happy Australia Day'! …
After yet another sleepless overnight
trip on the Greyhound- we were determined to make a good start of the
day instead of our usual nap. We headed straight out and treated
ourselves to a proper American breakfast to stand ourselves in good
stead for the day ahead. Our first impressions of Memphis... well it
was a Ghost Town …
I'm sitting here in my Elvis PJ's having just got in from BB Kings Blues Bar. I think you'll agree that I'm the coolest person you know, yes? :P
Another great day today. Kicked off with a few hours touring Elvis' Graceland mansion and the surrounding grounds and attractions, and I have to say I'm in love! Although he was a bit of a dog, …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVista Inn Motel Downtown Memphis
Really more of a motel and not really a hostel. No common areas
Right off Beale Street, clean.
Absolutely the worst beds ever. The floor would be a more comfortable alternative.
Plus for the large relatively private bathrooms.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.