Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Olive Branch
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... persons chair. Absolutely disgusting and shocking. Was so interesting learning on how the equality law was passed and very interesting to board the bus Rosa parks was arrested on for not conforming to segregation laws and also to read through how Dr Martin Luther King made his Impact on the world. The most surreal part of the tour was looking out onto the balcony he was fatally shot on and looking through the window of the preserved motel room 307 Martin stayed at ...
... and admiring the countryside along the way. Made a little Oops with the navigating and got us lost into Arkansas. Oops - wrong state!?! My bad . . . Dinner was at B B Kings Blues Club on the famous Beale Street. We stayed for three sets of music and had a great meal to boot! The quaint antique Memphis street car line makes for an easy ...
... or so. There were some pretty cool gravestones and the setting, as it is often is in a cemetery, was quite lovely.
I really must leave Memphis though as I fear I will not fit into my jeans if I stay much longer. I'm enjoying the Bar-b-qued and fried foods all too much. Central BBQ can do no wrong, I've eaten there three times and today I discovered Gus's Fried Chicken, the BEST fried chicken I've ever had. It was so good, I was getting sad as I neared the end ...
Its 8am Monday in the Greyhound station of Memphis and the sun is starting to warm up already. I can't really believe we've been, seen and are now leaving one of the friendliest cities I've ever come across. Saying that though, we did get a taste of our first less than welcoming heckles as we strolled down Main Street on Saturday evening - Jess was looking gorgeous in hot pants and a vest but a car of locals seemed to take offence as they shouted out ...
... corner of Huling and walked down towards Mulberry and the Lorraine Motel which is now the National Civil Rights Museum. The Museum was in the process of being extended and renovated but there was still plenty to see. The girls were very interested in this part of American history and as the 50th anniversary of MLK's famous 'I have a dream' speech is coming up it seemed a good time to visit.
Back outside we walked over a few blocks so the girls could ...