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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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... a dueling piano bar. Two men playing all kinds of requests. Very good and entertaining. We sat with our neighbors from the campground; they were from Illinois. Lots of drunken girls from Chicago who were dancing most of the night. Like I said, very entertaining.
Home fairly early. Traveling to Memphis tomorrow. We'll be staying at Graceland RV Resort for 3 days. Will blog at the end of our visit ...
... and refused to fight anymore- because they couldn't be *****- it was probably so hot they all just wanted a cold beer and some ribs.
We walk from there back up to Beale St and in the hour or so that we have been gone, things haven't changed too much. We find ourselves a bar with some decent live music and get some ribs. We decide to share a plate and both of us end us very full, so we can't figure out how anyone could eat a whole plate to themselves. After about an ...
... we went left, we walked outside and it was raining... like thunder and lightning and pouring rain. We went to the car and started to head back to the campground when the rain kinda stopped. We parked again and ended up walking down Beale Street. I think it was at Jerry Lee Lewis' place, there was an Elvis impersonator singing. We went in and watched him sing. We got to see the two songs we've had stuck in our heads, "In ...
... water and you should have seen the looks I was getting along with calls like, "Hey white boy" or just the simple "YO!" every couple blocks. I dont think they were accustomed to a white dude rolling up in their area like that, but I ignored the stares and shouts and moved on.
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