Hampton Inn Memphis-Poplar
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... Rights Museum. It is a complex of historic buildings which traces in overwhelming detail the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the 1600s to present day. The museum is built around the former Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Two other buildings and their adjacent property, the sniper's perch, are also connected with the assassination. If this topic has been at the hub of your existence for as long as you ...
... motel for 15 years but was evicted in a bod to 'clean' the area up. They have built a big museum based on civil rights and in honour of MLK. This lady is protesting the way they have handled his memory and what he signified. The rich get richer from the tourism it has brought yet the people and change he was fighting for is yet to get the attention and support it deserves. All the money spent on the museum and preserving Lorraine motel could have helped all ...
... we had to put the phone on loudspeaker while I held it to his ear (because, of course, you could hardly understand what they were saying) since they wouldn’t speak to me about our joint account.
It turned out that someone had made more than $700 worth of purchases using Justin’s bank card – that they’d skimmed from an ATM in Nashville. Buying drugs at the chemist. So, the card had to be cancelled. It then took 2 more people ...
... Beale Street, a tacky mall full of dive bars and eating houses, but very interesting and managed to see a great blues band on a Sunday night.
Today we went to the famous and beautiful Peabody Hotel, they have 5 resident ducks who live on the roof and each day at 11am they are marched into the elevator and over a red carpet into the fountain. They stay here all ...
... abject poverty and slavery, stuff like that).
We ended up back in St. Louis to see the Gateway Arch which just didn’t happen the prior day. St. Louis fell victim to our insane schedule so it looks like we can’t check it off our list. Here’s hoping that Southwest offers a sweet ‘wanna get away’ fare so that we can spend a weekend eating barbeque. The botanical gardens looked impressively large and the science museum seemed intriguing as ...