Super 8 West Memphis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 West Memphis
Although we may have arrived during a hurricane warning the staff were friendly. They made a slight error and somehow double charged us for the room but instantly corrected the issue on our departure.
$2 mini van ride to Beale Street
Right near the Mississippi
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Today was a big day. Graceland. The Buckingham Palace of American rock and roll. Home of the King. Cindy was so excited about seeing Graceland that she could **********tain herself!
We rolled out early at 8:00 AM, because we had 9:00 AM tickets for the Graceland tour. By 8:45 AM we were parked and Chris had retrieved our tickets from will call, and we we eager to go. The ...
... claim around here. Several Blues recording studios started here. After 8PM on a Saturday night it starts happening, Blues Band after Blues Band, every where you turn, inside or outside complete with street performers. But getting a beer is tough, this town is Bud and Bud light, maybe a Miller for a change. I tried one of there ...
... irritating it was a very good tour! You looked straight into his front room, kitchen, and a lot more, and the tour explained stories behind each room. This went on for a long time and was really interesting, walking all around the grounds of his home, and finally they took you where he was buried in his garden, along with other family members. You had some typical American reactions there, but it was quite surreal! Once we were shuttled back to the museum side, we ...
... about Elvis' Graceland. People weep when they are there. A pretty modest home with a lot of Elvis costumes, etc. the family has done an incredible marketing effort to have more income coming in now than when he was alive and performing. After that we went to the National Civil Rights Museum which is housed in and across the street from the Lorraine Motel where MLK was assassinated. A good museum that concentrates on his leadership up to his death, the hunt for Earl Ray and ...
... live blues bar so we went to Morgan Freeman's Ground Zero bar to listen to the Suga Tones - a great authentic American experience. We sayed in this cutest little hotel where all the rooms were shacks and designed like u live in 50's.. Was awesome .. One of the best places we stayed so far. Sitting on the porch swing drinking beer whilst listening to the blues and the bugs felt like heaven. Onwards to N'Orleans for 4 days in the Big ...