Country Hearth Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Memphis, we chatted not about *******. Our topic de jour centred around the 9 year old girl who played fiddle like Charlie Daniels. That young lady is a product of a supportive school curriculum that offers all students in The Ozark a choice of learning fiddle, guitar or banjo from the age of seven. They even supply the instrument. Coupled with a supportive culture that lifts up rather than tears down, kids can't help but be inspired to do wonderful things, things other than ...
... bus journey. Certainly no cowboys here! Just the Memphis blues. All part of the Southern traditions on route! Today the sun was shining so we had a chill outside then walked to the Civil Right Museum. It cost 15 dollars and was worth every single penny. The museum (formerly the motel where MLK stayed in 1968) has all been altered to show the story from slavery to now. ...
... We had to make a make shify eyepad to give him some relief. Caleb is pumped and so is Nathan. This is Natjans first flight and he says he is excited But a little nervous. Adding he is MORE excited than nervous. Its coming a fllod here this morning plane is on schedule and we have all had some over priced airport ...
... kids because the people that do it dont care about the law anyway. Making it harder to get guns will only impact the more reponsible people. The law breakers would still be able to source guns, and probably already do, on the black market and its rarely that responsible gun owners with legal firearms commit the crimes. I then got talking to, what can only be described as a french crack-*****. She was friendly enough but appeeared on edge as she desperately needed ...
We bought our tickets and had to wait for half an hour before the tour started.
Laura and I were the youngest people on the tour by an easy 20 years, and we
were also the only non-Americans....especially as I'm not really into the whole
'rock and roll / blues' scene, and had only heard of Elvis and Jonny Cash, I
felt VERY out of place! The others on the tours were all singing and bopping
along to the music..Laura knew it though, ...