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... we were still early. We found yet another cafe and ordered some Sprite to drink and used their WC. This claimed to be the oldest cafe in Reyjavik. Soon the shops opened up and we enjoyed strolling down the cobble stone streets and talking to the shop keepers. In the afternoon we decided to pick up our bags from the bus station and we made our way to the Adams Hotel. "Hotel" is used loosely and in a strictly European way. We had two twin beds where ...
... a huge number of artefacts, but what they have is iconic. The museum utilises film and personal stories, recreated sets and text to inform and engage to the highest level. The last part of the visitor experience has you looking into the bedrooms of Rooms 306 and 307 where King and his entourage were staying. So powerful, and really helps you to understand what so many struggled for, and still continue to. There is a small final display, focussing on human rights ...
... across Tennessee to the Smoky Mountains, first to Nashville by bus then hiring a car (first time driving, should be right as we have our bearings now) to ...
... odd. I tried a 1970 something Gibson Les Paul but decided I'm over the GIbson sound and to focus on buying a vintage Fender instead, their cheaper anyway. Moving on and we were headed for Graceland. Now, we'd spoken to somebody along our travels (can't remember when, Stef'll probably know) who informed us that the Graceland mansnion was actually quite small, the experince was tacky and not worth the extortion of a fee to get in, $33 per person for ...
... had dinner at a blues restaurant with live music on the main drag - again I've only got iPhone photos of it, with authentic southern food. Memphis is known for BBQ, so I had BBQ pork and just had to try fried green tomatoes. Basically just green tomatoes deep fried in batter, but pretty tasty. We called it an early one, because the first night in New Orleans is going tone a big one, but some of us had to pop into Hooters, just for a look. It was just as you ...
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