Best Western Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
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... gateway to the Memphis blues visitors centre. An architectural theme is emerging. If you are flogging the Blues have it be in a place with lots of corrugated iron and old , knackered sofas on the stoop. This is compulsory. BB Kings museum sussed out that you can still sell the blues without it all being beat up and shabby. His museum was slick, sophisticated and downright classy. It seems like stereotypes are being peddled every time ...
... to Clarksdale and visit his brilliant bar. There was another interesting 'sippi character who drove the local taxi. He arrived paint spattered and spoke absolutely incomprehensible southern stuff at us for the entire journey. In the front seat I had to laugh and nod and just hope he hadn't told me his wife and kids were dead. . Love love love Clarksdale MI. Tomorrow we're walking in Memphis after a short jag up 61. It's going to have to be non stop blues on the I ...
... off the highway and take a look around. This is what we do and unfortunately can't hang around for too long as we are on the arrive-by-8pm deadline. Which we do. The Shack-Up Inn is amazing and if you ever get the chance, you should try and come here. Very very cool. Our quarters are actually quite large with 2 bedrooms. We also have a porch complete with rocking chairs.
We head on down to the communal area where they have a bar and the live music and find quite a few ...
... recording Muddy outside Rolling Fork in the 40s, the Chess days, the Rolling Stones discovery, their influences, Muddy's death. There is no outline of just how far the Delta style of blues branched out to touch Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, T-Bone Walker, and then British Blues, later still ZZ Top and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Hell, Jimi Hendrix barely rates a nod. I could go on, believe me, but the bottom line is this: Mississippi is regarded as a poor state. True, cost of living ...
... by the owner of the Cat Head. Would you believe we hear a slightly familiar accent when the waitress talks to us - when we ask Meghan is half Australian, half Canadian. Partner to a Mississippian, she moved to Clarksdale from Melbourne. What a cultural shock that must have been. She says she is the only person in town who rides a bike and the locals don't ask how are you but who are you? Nevertheless she likes it and things ...