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 ...
... s a faded mural of the big moment. Lastly we arrived.at the legendary crossroads where Robert Johnson allegedly sold his soul to the devil in exchange for mastery of his instrument and it was well...a crossroads. But we got photos. 00.56 We were in the hotel, bemoaning the fact that nothing seemed to be going on in Clarksdale and agreed to go to a bar for what would be a swift drink. The bar was Reds, and we went with Rachel our designated driver. The place was a ...
Weather: sunny and HOT! Start 24C End 34.5C
Today was my day to visit the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, Mississippi which meant I had to cross the Mississippi again. Becha feel like I'm acting like a frog hopping between two boiling pails of water trying to see which one is cooler in the way I switch sides of the Mississippi.
Clarksdale was out of my ...
... 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.