Econo Lodge Greenville
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... They had a really neat video of a lady who grew up in the house in 1930. In the video the lady showed us around the house. We were then allowed to explore. This house is where Jefferson Davis lived for a bit. He addressed the public for the last time for the balcony on the front of this house. They already ...
... between blacks and whites. Again I highly recommend the museum if you are ever in Memphis. The people who work there are very proud of their museum and eager to talk about it.
Back on the road and down river again. This time to Leland, MS. The birthplace of Jim Henson and Kirmit the ...
... rectangular in shape, you walk in and the bar is on your right. Behind the bar is a chest freezer where Red rummages for whatever bottles of beer he can find at $3 a pop. Chairs of indifferent quality, assembly chairs in a 1970s comp basically, are arranged around a space where a band play. The band do not look great, Big A the guitarist/singer sports a red gangbanger head scarf, trainers, red jeans; a bit like he's working for Avon in the Wire. The bass guy,Harvey, ...
... it was worth it.
The museum was more of photographs and biography's although there were costumes and instruments to see. So if you were not interested in the lives of the Blues Artists there was little to be seen. Of course I loved it! read every bio, checked every picture, painting etc. There was a Muddy Waters Gallery complete with a modern ...
... where we had lived. We had just reached the Gulf of Mexico when the rain came so we ran back up to the museum which is nice and dry indoors. The girls were impressed by the replicas of the riverboat and ironclad battleship and learned a lot about life along the Mississippi.