Super 8 Southaven
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... Baltic countries vacation.) We then went to a laundromat to wash our clothes, its been a week. We started laundry and I left to get our books. Jean needed something to read while waiting. On the way back I stopped for gasoline ($3.24 - hope it is this cheap when we return home.) When I returned to the laundromat Jean was on her phone with Debbie Schrieber. After we were done, we returned to the B&B to drop off the clothes, and for Jean to change cloths so we could go out ...
... exception. The game itself a tad disappointing for a game of this level - in skills etc and sportsmanship between the teams did not exist - also a bit disappointing. At least our AFL players shake hands at the end of a game. Don't get me wrong thought it was a fantastic experience - just don't go thinking basketball is the main thing! After grabbing tea on the way back we headed for the train - and a delightful 11 h our ride into Chicago. ...
... sections dedicated to the rights of women, other ethnic groups as well as other minority groups.
The Lorraine Motel was the last stop at the museum. It has been left as it was in April 1968. It was by far the most emotional part of the tour for us. Nothing has changed much directly in front of the motel so when you stand on the balcony outside room 306 you have the same view that Martin Luther King Jr. had on April 4, ...
News Flash - Last night about midnight on Bourbon St a man was shot and stabbed, the group we were suppose to meet up with saw the victim being attended to by police and paramedics when they left the club to come home. I knew it felt a bit dodgy.
Today's journey will take us to Memphis, the home of Elvis Presley. We had a pit stop at the Mississippi visitors centre where a lovely lady called Annie gave us coffee, maps of America and some ...
... twins really “got it”. So I stopped them in the middle of the timeline about slavery and discrimination to explain that this wasn’t just history….that I lived through these times of discrimination and continue to see examples even today, telling them personal stories from the 60’s. The museum has done a fine job of giving examples of all kinds ...