Extended Stay America - Memphis - Poplar Avenue
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... Its good to see the might Mississippi River again.
Whisky o'clock and then a walk to Beale Street for the neon signs and music. Dinner and band at BB King's Blues Club. The bass player had all the moves with exquisite footwork.
Beer of the day: Bill – Newcastle brown ale, Neil – Ghost River IPA
Dawn’s quote of the day: quoting someone else - home is where the wine ...
... civil rights museum . It showed the history of civil rights all the way from slavery to Dr Martin Luther King death. Since gay marriage is legal in all states I felt a connection between gay marriage and black lives matter. Now we're off to Saint Louis, out last stop. See ...
... in dining room, I'll post some pics later. We done well this morning as check in time was 4pm and we rolled up at 6am, they got us in our room just after 8am, would have been earlier but they didn't want to wake us lol we had fallen asleep on a big red 50's sofa watching an elvis film :) After a couple of hours sleep and a bath we caught the free shuttle to sun studios, it wasn't great ...
... of the balcony where he was shot. Also note the two cars which are similar to the models he and his fellow civil rights workers were driving that day.
The museum does an exceptional job of tracing the civil rights movement over the years and is one of the best I have ever visited. It was especially timely to visit given the release of the ...
... had Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash recording, sometimes together...
I also found out the Rock and Roll is a cross between blues and country and western.
Observation only - Odd thing..... There must have been over 100 people in and around the museum and they were all white!!!
On to Stax Museum, which is brilliant, very modern and has a high school and university attached to it now.
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