Motel 6 Memphis
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... angel and yet he is flogging his CDs three for $20 at a lunchtime session. It goes to show just how much talent is in the Nashville pool. He sang a self penned composition about adopting his girlfriends son, "He calls me Dad ,I call him son." It sounded like a Nashville Classic, a tear came to my eye immediately. I think part of me wept at hearing great country live ....in a Nashville honky tonk..... for the first time, as much as his evident sincerity as a ...
... you will not be disappointed. Gazing into the rooms where Martin Luther spent his last hours will make you weep if you allow yourself the luxury of your own emotions. A luxury everyone should be able to afford. After dinner at "The Oyster Bar" we found our way back to Beale Street and enjoyed the atmosphere of weaving in and out of the past and the present. Night fell and the neons did wonders for the ambiance. It was Saturday night and people flocked in. So many, that ...
... I ended up riding with Redding and Alicia. We saved a turtle and saw another puppy. Somehow I got dropped from that group too and ended up riding by myself for a bit. It was lovely; it was cathartic, it was time alone when (for the past few weeks) I've only been surrounded by people. I think when we're on less trafficked, less turner roads I'm going to do that a bit more often. I rode with Carlee for a little while ...
... the suburbs where many of its artists were born and lived. This neighbourhood gave the world Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, Rufus and Carla Thomas and countless others. Booker T and MG's not only were recording artists but were heavily involved in the production and promotion of the records. The iconic Otis Redding song, one of my favourites, "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" was written by Steve Cropper of Booker T and the MG's about Otis and finally mixed by Cropper after ...
... being understood! Many think we're from Australia, several think somewhere else in the US and last night we were definitely from Michigan....but no one yet has thought we were English without us telling them! And trying to explain Yorkshire is proving tough...we just give in now and when we hear the words 'Oh near Manchester,' we're replying 'Yeah just round the corner.' However, have to say that despite the language barrier (even though we all speak ...