- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We went in a bar and watched a band play, there were rock and roll and an elderly couple got up and started dancing, they had the crowd going absolutely wild haha!! Flair okay thought they were cracking dancers! We had two 32oz beers tonight - naughty; but we were enjoying the music and atmosphere too much to go back to the hotel at 9pm! even though we had an early rise at 3am for the plane. We watched the buskers on the street and in the park; they had the crowd ...
... nobody was in the service departments at 8:30 am. I finally stopped in Union City and got a new tube, so my tire pressure should be in good shape in the morning or AMA will be coming for a visit. (I wonder if they will pick up coffee and a Crispy Creme if I need them? Elizabeth would be jealous if they did.)
The rest of the crew went ahead only to run into two extremely heavy rain storms, diluges I think they call ...
... s, This time for breakfast. It was maybe a little bit not as good as lunch, but it was still magnificent. We did not need food for the rest of the day, which was a good thing as we were going to be on a small plane with no facilities to Memphis that afternoon.
So, we flew to Memphis on an 8 passenger plane. It was quite an experience. Pretty good fun actually, really intimate. ...
... Beale street and started walking up the street, but stopped at a shop
that was selling souvenirs, picked up a few things including an
umbrella. I left that shop and continued walking, but by now the rain
had developed into a storm, so i took shelter at a place called the
flying saucer. This was a bar, but it had a variety of beers, so i
had a few drinks with lunch, then by the time i had finished, the
rain had stopped enough that it was possible to leave. ...
... name is Jacqueline Smith and she was the last resident of the Lorraine Motel where King was assassinated, which is now the site of the museum. She barricaded herself in her room when the motel was being made into the museum and was forcibly removed. Since then, she has spent almost every day in front of the museum protesting – for 26 YEARS. She’s protesting that the museum is a tourist trap, costing $10 million that would be better spent ...