Quality Inn Memphis
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... and around and around and around We did more laps around the highways and back streets of Memphis than they did at Indianapolis a week or so back.
Eventually, we got in there by taking a random road, which just happened to be the right one. I don't normally do celebrity endorsements. There's a number of reasons for this. Staying true to myself and not being a ***** are part of it. The ...
... at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was shot. We spent two hours there, where I spent almost the whole time on the Martin Luther King floor. They had presented a lot of information about the police and FBI investigations, the appeals and special commissions into the crime and the conviction of James Earl Ray, and the alternate theories. They presented it so well and finished with a board outlining the different theories and possible ...
... and as we get closer to downtown Memphis we spot a huge amount of people getting ready to take part in the march. The people and the police are out in force. We decide to take the opportunity to check it all out, so we find a nice spot on the sidewalk and settle in to check out the action. Early on in the march it was pretty clear which High School invested money into thier bands and which High Schools did not. ...
... waffles for myself and a peanut butter, honey, and banana sandwich for Kelsey with a plate of fresh fruit to share. We took our time devouring the goods in between games of Bejewelled on Kelsey’s iPhone (a purchase that really shouldn’t have been made). Soon enough we were out the door and stepping up to the huge Egyptian themed gates to the Memphis Zoo (get it – Memphis was an ancient Egyptian city as well!).
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... Rocket 88", thought by many to be the first Rock in Roll record. It was at the Sun studios that Elvis paid $3 to record a gift vinyl for his mother, after which he was called back to burn his first five commercial records (each now a valuable piece of rock 'n roll memorabilia). Sam also discovered and helped promote Jerry Lee ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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