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... they had the sound effects of the men groaning and moaning. there were various photos of the times during the struggle and the explanation of each one. They had a display of the hotel room Dr. King stayed in that night before.They also had the display of the bathroom his killer was int There was a duplicate model of the bus that Rosa Parks rode on with a figure of the bus driver turned in his seat talking to her. The ...
... had Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash recording, sometimes together...
I also found out the Rock and Roll is a cross between blues and country and western.
Observation only - Odd thing..... There must have been over 100 people in and around the museum and they were all white!!!
On to Stax Museum, which is brilliant, very modern and has a high school and university attached to it now.
Started by ...
... at New Greyhound Station N Memphis.
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Cathy Grossman Safe travels!
... music. The afternoon was spent walking along the riverbank of the Mississippi River, admiring the large historic steamboats. Next stop was to the infamous Beale St, to check out some live music, quirky tourist shops, and over $1m worth of music memorabilia in the Hard Rock Café (half of the walls were a tribute to Elvis, and covered in his Photos, Clothing, Records, and Guitars).
Next on our list was the Peabody Hotel – a 5 star hotel in downtown Memphis. Mel ...
... Just a quick bite at the bar, but the food was once again very good, albeit expensive on a travellers budget. So with the first stop a success, we went to the trolley, as this is cheap and takes you around the main areas. We got on and went for the 40 minute circle trip. To be honest, apart from Beale street, I didn’t really see anything of particular interest. On the way back to the hotel we saw that the Memphis Red Birds were playing baseball that ...
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- Pass it up
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- The Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Great time!
Handy Holiday Community Club, Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $59
Midtown, Memphis | 3 star hotelfrom $183
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Mc Kellar - Whitehaven-Levi PD, Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $96
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- Two Thumbs Up!!
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- Oh dear what a mistake!
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- Worst Experience ever!
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6500 Poplar Ave., Memphis | 2 star hotelfrom $65
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