West Memphis Travelodge
Travel Blogs from West Memphis
... being even better than we expected. The story that followed Nancy Ward's (Nanyehi's) life from her birth, through her time as a Cherokee warrior, to her time as Beloved Woman, the peace maker, and then to her death before The Trail of Tears was told (and sung) very well. Becky Hobbs did an outstanding job co-writing the play and writing ALL of the songs. We very much enjoyed our evening. In fact, those of you who live in East Tennessee will have the opportunity to see it in Johnson ...
... arms and pressed against her ample bossom. When she finally came back with the keys she said. " I'm so sorry I kept you waitin honey pie, we'll just get ya sorted out right away."Matt's experience: He went to the Deli and asked the young lady what a corn dog was. She said. "What do you mean what's a corn dog"? " I just want to know what it's made of." says Matt. She told him that it was a sausage type thing with corn stuffed in it, then deep fried. ...
... famous “marching of the ducks”. The Peabody is one of Memphis’ oldest hotels and the duck march started as a drunken prank in 1933, when the owner brought some ducks back to the hotel after a fishing trip. Ever since, at 11am, the ducks come down in the elevator from their Penthouse Suite, march across the lobby, and jump into the fountain, where they spend the day. At 5pm, they head back up.
We arrived early to get a good spot, and I ...
... confronted with a room that was covered ceiling to floor of albums and awards and a few more of his jumpsuits that he wore. As we left that room we went past the pool to the grave sites, we joined the line of people a very slow moving line as everyone went past graves of Elvis's grandma,mother and father. Back on the bus to go see the plane Lisa Marie ..... well talk about luxury on that jet just for starters all the buckles on the seatbelts are ...
... a broken pelvis. They are a very pleasant team and fast drivers too and we are very sorry to see them finish their participation like this. We had a few drinks together the other night at the VIR circuit, and only this morning we were delighted to follow the Bentley and to film it negotiating the bends on a narrow twisting road.
Best wishes of a speedy recovery and hope to see you soon on another event.
Other places to stay in West Memphis
210 West Service Road, West Memphis | 3 star motelfrom $41
901 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr, West Memphis | 1 star motelfrom $39
2501 South Service Road, West Memphis | 1 star motelfrom $40
3700 Service Road Loop, West Memphis | Motelfrom $44