Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Memphis
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Another anticipated highlight for this trip for me was a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum which is housed in the Lorraine Motel where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. When we arrived, we faced a security line (probably due to recent events in Charleston, SC), but it moved pretty quickly. Still, we didn't have nearly enough time to see the whole museum, so we had to jump ...
... You Lonesome Tonight? Head for Beale Street, a 24 hour party with live music and good
eats. Yesterday we enjoyed BB King’s Club where Preston Shannon sang and performed for us on harmonica. He has a bronze musical note on the street’s Walk of Fame, as do BB King , W. C. Handy, Elvis , Jerry Lee, Blues Brothers, and many more . BB’s funeral will ...
Over the huge bridge which crosses the mighty muddy Mississippi, we touched down in Arkansas
at a campground right on the West Bank of Ol' Muddy, 10 miles drive from the city.
We sit in the sun (for it is shining) looking across the water and at other peoples bigger motorhomes. Huge barge convoys power up and down the river ...
... to watch the grizzlies vs the thunder, this was part of
the playoffs. The game was great, the atmosphere was something
different, there were lots of people watching this game tonight. The
game went into extra time and finished at 11.30pm, the grizzlies lost
(Memphis). The it was a matter of getting out of the stadium and
finding the meeting point for the group. We were able to do so
without much trouble, then a small section of the group went ...
... we were today. It was really good, and again felt like we were experiencing the beginning of rock and roll. But that is the only good thing about Memphis! It is a seedy, dilapidated, run down city. It needs a whole lot of TLC to bring this blighted city up to standard. Thankfully I booked us a room in a boutique hotel across the Mississippi on Mudd Island which is safe and pretty. Tonight we went down to Beale Street, but left after an hour. Seedy, drunks, mostly local, and ...