Quality Inn Memphis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a place for lunch. I have been given recommendations for a good rib place from some of you; Rendezvous and Corky’s. My friend, Bruce, has eaten here many times and has also eaten at Rendezvous, and he liked Corky’s better. Our tastes are similar so that is the reason for the pick. He also traveled to Memphis for years on business so I figured he has tried out every barbeque restaurant in Memphis. The Corky’s recommendation ...
... the drive around the city, Boyce told us little titbits about various buildings around town, and stories about the people... such us where Elvis bought all this Cadillacs, that he often bought them for random regular joes on a whim when he visited the showroom, and how the management asked him to do all his shopping at 3am as it was causing chaos when folk found out Elvis was 'giving away' Caddies haha. He told us all about the Children's Research ...
... music. The afternoon was spent walking along the riverbank of the Mississippi River, admiring the large historic steamboats. Next stop was to the infamous Beale St, to check out some live music, quirky tourist shops, and over $1m worth of music memorabilia in the Hard Rock Café (half of the walls were a tribute to Elvis, and covered in his Photos, Clothing, Records, and Guitars).
Next on our list was the Peabody Hotel – a 5 star hotel in downtown Memphis. Mel ...
... that is how they can say that there is 100 year old oil in that pan. First, they smack the burger on a marble table and then scrape it up and sink it into the oil. I had to have a small one just to taste it. In the end, it was a fried hamburger. In fact I would say it tasted exactly like a McDonald's burger but at least I can say I had one. I walked up and down the street listening to several bands ...
... the trophy room and the racquetball court. The trophy room is like a long hallway which houses Elvis's many awards, trophies and the gold and platinum records he achieved during his career. The raquetball court now houses a display of Elvis' sequined "jumpsuits". The entrance looks like an old country club, furnished with leather bar chairs and sofas. It also contains a bar, stereo, and piano upon which Elvis played for what were to be his last songs.The sitting ...