Hampton Inn Memphis Southaven
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An interesting start to our stay in Memphis, pulled over by an extremely large African American Policeman as we drove down a one way street the wrong way. Lights and siren blaring. He was very understanding and did not book us. We then stumbled across The Historic First Baptist Beale Choir performing their Christmas Concert. They invited us into their church, we were the ...
... Bron-er –Win,
you promise me you‘ll be safe angel?
Honey, now you take care. Jesus
loves you and you’ll be just fine in this life of yours…you’re full of heart”.
We hugged and both stepped up on to our different
buses. I was amazed that a person whose
life is about to change fundamentally had the capacity to worry about a
stranger and touched that that stranger was me.
... and actually enjoyed it, which has never been the case in the past. I was disappointed that the Rock and Soul museum was closed but we managed to find other things to do. The carriage ride was fun and the driver was a wealth of information about not just Memphis but also Nashville. The trolley ride was a real bargain at just a dollar a person. It took you near the Lorraine Motel where Dr. Martin Luther King was shot. Enough to give one goosebumps!
... here in the South.
It may have just been Memphis, but there seemed that I arrived in a never-ending procession of festivals. Africa in April this year was to be an ode to Senegal. The cheap carnival rides, generic food stalls and imitation goods made me wonder what if Senegal was merely a namesake and a means to party. Also present was the Corvette convention. A celebration of an already outlandish car ...