Hampton Inn & Suites Millington
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... do not experiment with food or taste, they never cook things from scratch, things are pre flavoured, and usually quite badly.
Fred's experience: He couldn't find fresh ginger, so he asked a fellow shopper if she knew where it was. Fortunately she did, but she was curious as to what he was going to do with it. He explained that he was going to make a stir fry. " Now what would that be?" she asked. Fred took her through the process of making it ...
Started the day with a
stop at the Magnolia Mound plantation. It was great until I decided to
check on the sugar cane plants and stood on the home of fire ants. I
know why they are called fire ants!! But the interesting stories of how they lived and managed in this heat - the slaves lay on the ground outside the open doors to make sure ...
... up. After that I headed to Beale St. to explore and find some dinner. It reminded me a lot of South Street but more heavy on the music and really only about two blocks but it was fun. I then went in the other direction and ended up at the water, which was beautiful. Big day tomorrow, Graceland, Sun Studios and then off to William Faulkner's house in MS and landing in Birmingham for the ...
... Carl Perkins and Roy Orbison. Phillips was very instrumental in the development of Rock and Roll and we owe him alot!
Our tour guide was excellent....don't let her Honky Tonk Angel tattoo on her chest fool you.
We saw the first actual record cut by Phillips in 1951 of Jackie Brenston's Rocket "88"...it's considered to be the first rock and roll song. Listen to it here: ...
... just showed up. We learned many things about the river and the area, which I furiously scribbled down-at Laura's urging - like I was on a school trip, to share with y'all, and which I shall recount below: - The name of the boat we were on was the 'Island Queen' and she was brought onto the Mississippi river on the day of Elvis's funeral. - We started our journey on the Wolf river, which is a tributary of the Mississippi, and which has enough water in it to supply every person ...