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... airplanes and megs liked the gift shops, there were 6 of them!
After we headed down to Gibson guitars factory for a tour then the Peabody hotel to see the ducks in the fountain
Grabbed some frozen yogurt on the way home and hit the pool and relaxed with room service
Best part of the day? The parts for the beetle were waiting for us when we got back!
Tomorrow... Kentucky! ...
... where he lived with his mum when he first moved here.
We also visited the Civil Rights Museum, which stands where Dr Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. The balcony and frontage from the hotel where he was standing is still standing, as is the building and window from where James Earl Ray fired that fateful shot. Very surreal and thought provoking. Controversially there is a permanent protester ...
... Large campers could go on the BLM but most of the folks who own larger campers really do not like to store water and sewage in the holding tanks. If you own a camper like this, please chime in.
The advantages to a larger camper are: LOTS of space to pack things, a microwave, refrigerator that runs off of propane whilst you are driving so the food never gets warm, hot water, a large and comfortable bed, air ...
... home, and retains the essence of the man himself. Did you know that Elvis was an avid reader and always travelled with lots of books; Elvis didn't like the taste of alcohol; and his favorite films included Blazing Saddles and the Monty Python films. We boarded his private jet, the Lisa Marie, which you can look around. Wow! Formerly a Delta Air Lines passenger jet, Elvis had it customized at a cost of $800,000 ...
... ahead of the wider civil rights protest he was organising. As a
way of commemorating the tragedy and the struggle for equality that black
Americans have endured, the National Civil Rights Museum was set up on the site,
and incorporates the room that MLK was staying in, and the balcony where he
The museum itself was wonderfully done; it documented the plight of black
American slaves through the abolition period, and right the ...
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