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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Memphis
The room was what you'd expect from a Motel 6 although there were some maintenance issues. For instance, there was no latch on the bathroom door and it wouldn't stay closed completely. My main complanint is that the Internet service, which costs about $3 extra, was terrible. It was too slow to watch video.
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... had. After that we wandered down to the river to check out the Mississippi again and bought some groceries for breakfast and the bus the next day. We met Gannon for dinner and went to Hooters (we had to try it once!) and actually had a really good salad! We were hoping to watch the basketball but they didn't have it on and when we tried a few more places with no luck we turned in because we were all heading to the airport at about 6am the next ...
... of this building housed a makeshift shooting range.
We also toured a room that serves as a trophy room in which the many awards earned by Elvis are housed. One room is full of gold and platinum records while another section of the room has other award and trophies. I was not aware of just how many awards and trophies he had earned in his career. I took a couple of pictures in this room and for some reason the flash went off. Darn, I thought I turned ...
... Rights museum and Lorraine motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated. Astonishing exhibition of all the forensic evidence and conspiracy theories. All very sad at his early and pointless death.
Cheered up later at the BB King Blues club, stonking house band, mint juleps, catfish and gumbo.
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... they sang into, then pump up the music and let you be your own rock star. Nice touch. With all the great fun music offerings here, we can't forget the serious side of Memphis history so next stop was the point where Martin Luther King was assassinated , the balcony of his hotel, April 4,1968, the day after he gave his immortal speech. We got there too late as the museum just closed but it didn't matter as its moving enough to stand outside and witness the scene just as it ...
... br> Beale street really is where it is all going on in Memphis. We left the hotel to explore this area, and found the streets pedestrianized, making it easy to get around, and a lot of fun, as it is not illegal to walk around with alcohol there.
We went to Handy park, where there was free live music. All the people are so friendly and there really is a great party atmosphere in the air. I got a pulled pork sandwich and was really happy with that! For the rest ...