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The story for Memphis started back in Louisville when we had to drive 3 hours to get there and the guess of how far the gasoline would get us!! We managed to roll into The hood of Memphis Downtown needing gasoline and Trace experienced the locals in the petrol station and we promptly got out of there to the hotel. Memphis definitely has a good and bad side and you can see it easily! We made our way back our in the Chevy to Graceland ...
... good, but spicy! We had some free time before the basketball game tonight, so I went and got a massage and OMG it was the best thing I've ever done!! Sitting on the coach all day has been hard, so it was so good. The basketball game was so fun! It was the Memphis grizzlies verses the golden state, so California. Even though I didn't understand everything that happened I really enjoyed it, it was so much fun and as the game went on I was starting ...
Paddle Boat Tour
We took an hour and a half long paddle boat tour late in the afternoon. It was not a good as we expected. The paddle boat was nice and the guide had some interesting facts but in reality the Mississippi River is big and dirty and the sights along it were not that great. There were lots of creepy bugs so Olivia was wrenching my arm off every two minutes.
Next stop Kansas City, MO.
... since it was our last night in Memphis, we thought we'd see if there were any other interesting bands playing. Walking into the top end, we saw something we'd never expected. It's happens every Wednesday night apparently.
... figured I was over half way back when my water bottle was empty once more. There was no gas station in the area but I saw a water fountain in a park and made a quick pit stop. I didn't realize I was still in the "scary" part of town until I looked up from the fountain and saw that I was the only white person there and I was getting looks that I had grown accustomed to that day. On of the guys there made eye contact with me and kinda smiled and shouted "Where are ...