Americas Best Value Inn Tunica Resort
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... flight of 3...and played well enough (finishing at 12:30 a.m.) to make the finals tomorrow. I'm not sure how many places they'll pay.....but I hope I make the money! Finals start at 2 pm! They closed the poker room at the Goldstrike in January...and I was happy to find that most of the dealers and floor staff that I had grown quite fond of wound up at the Horseshoe. It's now my official Tunica favorite poker room.
Off to bed. ...
Monday, Oct 28 (travel day)
Arkansas still on top – I 40 E from OK to TN was super smooth, with gently rolling hills and trees on both sides of the road. Left LR this morning under overcast skies and temps in the 50's. Arrived in Tunica, MS, to party cloudy skies, temps in the 70's and high humidity. I was on a stretch of road today just south of Memphis (perhaps within the city limits) that was filthy, strewn with ...
... roll was born in Memphis at Sun Studio. Sam Phillips is credited with recording Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" which is thought by many as the first song in the rock & roll genre.
A month after graduating from high school Elvis Presley paid $4.00 to record a song for his mom at Sun Studio. It wasn't until almost a year later that he recorded "That's All Right" at Sun Studio. Three days later the song was played on a local ...
Back at Beale St, Sonny and his band are back in the courtyard. They welcome Max back up for another jam, after which we head out to another area of town, which is pretty dilapidated, but there is a cool guitar shop to see. St Blues Guitars have been making guitars for years but they also make cigar box guitars too. Yes, they ARE made with a ...
I left Austin on Saturday morning but on my way North, I knew I would go through Roundrock, Texas and that is the home of Roundrock Donuts. People line up for these morsels of raised yeast dough. They, like most of the other Food Network hot spots, have a challenge. Eat one of the jumbo donuts and get a t-shirt. They use a 5 gallon bucket to cut the dough and either glaze it in the secret glaze they use ...