Hampton Inn Olive Branch
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... our drinks, along with a cheeky shot called a birthday cake, then called in to two further bars before deciding to make our way back to the van. Just before we left the last bar one of our group had logged on to wifi and checked the group chat, to find 84 messages of panic as the rest of the group that had stayed behind had been caught up in a tornado warning, air raid sirens an everything! We had been completely oblivious to it all in he bars. Katelin felt terrible ...
... ashamed to be a white person and I felt like an apology was owed. Learning about the slave trade and segregation in America really opened my eyes and to think that this happened only 50 years ago is shocking. Having friends from all walks of life, backgrounds and cultures it broke my heart to think of how malicious people were back then and I really felt for those segregated. I could not of stood there and let people throw drinks over my friends or beat them for sitting at ...
... appeared in his The Last Train to Zona Verde.
“There is more reason to travel than ever before: to look closer, to dig deeper, to sort the authentic from the fake; to verify, to smell, to touch, to taste, to hear, and sometimes—importantly—to suffer the effects of this curiosity.”
Yes, at times we did suffer the effects of our curiosity, but how privileged we are to be able to indulge that curiosity and how much richer our lives are as a result. ...
... out of bed"...dah dahhh dah dun! You know what I mean...the story teller songs.
There is an open air small park called PepsiCo that had a band playing as well. We stopped by there but unfortunately they were finishing their last set. So we ended up at a Dualing piano bar called Silky O'Sullivans. They were good but nothing compared to the blues bands and Elvis Impersonator. Looking forward to tomorrow and touring Sun Records and Graceland. ...
... for 2 hours, and we drive into the "rumpity" dilapidated town of Clarkesdale. It's late in the day, and we drive to Ground Zero Blues Club. It's "rough as" from the outside, and "rough as " on the inside, BUT its perfect!!! :) . This is a town with such character and is like a rough rock on the outside, but a crystal on the inside. Ground Zero was set up by actor Morgan Freeman and another ...