Hampton Inn Memphis Southaven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... We got to see his grave too, he is buried in Gracelands alongside his mother, father and granny We are just off to a rock and roll cafe for some buds and maybe a boogie, if your dad has brought his dancing shoes ; Hope you are all well Speak soon, love and miss you all ...
... I had the experience of standing on the spot where someone died and feeling in awe of what other people gave up for the rest of humanity - yesterday it was the balcony of the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was shot, 20 years ago it was Austwich. In the National Civil Rights Muesuem, Memphis can be rightly proud of bringing to life the struggle of minorities and the suffering they experienced whilst questioning the truth behind who shot Martin Luther ...
... where people hid. Even the quilts on the lines held a code which told them where to go when they were on the run - these were made by the slaves on the plantations throughout the state. So we spent some time there, reading the history and chatting to the custodian.
We were then collected again by the driver and taken to the National Civil Rights Museum which includes the Lorraine motel where Martin Luther ...
... Mississippi! We'd booked our hotel in Memphis based on some positive reviews on trip advisor that all carried the same comment "ignore how it looks on the outside, the rooms are nice". What we didn't know was that the "ignore what it's like on the outside" didn't refer to the looks of the hotel, but the area it's in. Ah, well, after some initial reservations we've had one night here and have lived to tell the tale so it can't be too bad, can it? Memphis itself hasn't really ...
... Nebraska (population 481), which is along the Iowa border, across the Mississippi. There was a bizarre $1 bridge toll both entering and leaving the town, but we nevertheless recharged on coffee, eggs and toast to the backdrop of some old locals grumbling about national politics.
Earlier, Arno had noticed a small chip on the windshield, probably sustained after a small pebble flew into the glass on the highway, so after crossing back into Iowa we decided ...