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 ...
... Good times are being had with plenty of laughs. The landscape is pretty much the same as the yesterday and the weather is sunny with a cool breeze. We hit a small place call Hayti, Missouri where we are in need for a break and some lunch.in all times we have been to the USA robyn and I have never had KFC, so we thought we would give it a whirl. So in we go and we were not sure if the lasy behind the counter spoke english or perhaps she just didnt like her ...
... so pleased we did it!
Steve and Jess had spent a leisurely couple of hours wandering across the bridge and along the river but with sun scorching the pavements it was definitely time for a cold beer round the pool. And in a holiday of firsts Mrs Reeder stripped off to a bikini...never worn one before in my life but now seemed as good a time as ever. Whilst it had been an awesome couple of days packed full of all Memphis has to offer, the smell of ...
... so that there are city ambassadors walking the streets to give advice, but also to make sure tourists aren't been hustled. We get hustled all over the place, and it becomes very annoying. We are told by an elegantly dressed man, that he once lived on the streets, but had "found his calling" and was now helping others. He said between all the churches (and there are a LOT of them), ...
... from an American diner.
Our next stop was the Lorraine Motel. This is where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated in 1968. It is no longer used as a motel, and is the site of the National Civil Rights Museum, but the fašade has not been changed, and a wreath hangs on the balcony of room 306, marking the spot where he was standing when he was shot. I found this site a little more moving than the JFK museum in Dallas, and I think this is because nothing has ...