Best Western Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hits the ball and scores a run, it’s a great atmosphere. At intervals, the cheerleaders would come out and throw things to the crowd, while the mascots danced. We caught a foam baseball thrown our way between the 4th and 5th innings. The big screen zoomed in on the spectators dancing, smiling and waving and it was fabulous to experience great American tradition.
On leaving the stadium (our team won!), we headed back to ...
... being belted out. The southern comfort food was very prominent with fried pickles and iced tea. The only downer on our night was when we got back to our van it had been broken into and we ended up waiting for hours for the police to finish investigating. The mosquitoes had a feast. Luckily for me I hadn't left anything in the van but others lost wallets, passports, iPads and ...
... of Rock n Roll. The tour includes the recording studio as it was in the 50s and 60s, it also contains the original radio station booth that was the first to play Elvis (this was moved to the sun studios site earlier this year). Sun studios is where Elvis recorded his first single (which he paid for himself), it is an unreleased single and they play it during the tour. Other greats that recorded here were: Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, BB ...
... the suburbs where many of its artists were born and lived. This neighbourhood gave the world Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, Rufus and Carla Thomas and countless others. Booker T and MG's not only were recording artists but were heavily involved in the production and promotion of the records. The iconic Otis Redding song, one of my favourites, "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" was written by Steve Cropper of Booker T and the MG's about Otis and finally mixed by Cropper after ...
So unlike Billy Clinton, I'm not all that good at lying. I have to admit that part of me was looking forward to seeing how they dealt with the whole Monica thing at his Presidential Library. Turns out, they didn't! Poor Monica, she didn't even get mentioned . . . and I looked everywhere. When they talked about the impeachment it was "the events leading up to it" blah blah blah. Future generations ...