Holiday Inn Southaven - Central
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... opportunity to pay my respects to a man who fought to make such an incredible difference in the world. A bit of r and r was in need so myself, Claire, Danielle and Zoe hung out on the steps facing the Lorraine motel to do a bit of sunbathing. As we were in Memphis home to the king and after our trip to Graceland's yesterday it only seemed fitting to visit The Sun Studios were it all began and were history was made. After a long trek down Beale street and the streets of ...
... care of. They even have free regularly scheduled shuttle buses going to the casino, about a mile away. At 15 dollars a night, it's by far the cheapest campground we've stayed in. The only drawback is they want 12 bucks a night for internet. I mean really.......but we pass on it and use the hotspots on our phones.
We get things set up and I get a shower......we check the weather and are very happy with the decisions we've ...
... to us that bands record their today and have the option of using the equipment of the 50's and 60's or the new sound system of today. The new owner was a young guy in his 40's who drove up while we were waiting for our tour to start, in a 57 red t-bird convertible! He was one of the happiest people I've ever met. Bryan pointed out afterward, why wouldn't he be...he looks around at all the people walking off the tour buses and ...
... Cotton Museum in Memphis, he didn't sell his soul to the Devil, but more to a joker that was part of the Afro-American culture at the time. But it makes for a good story and part of a travellers blues experience.
Further on down Highway 61, we call in at The Shack Up Inn. ...
... reflective place. We then headed back and stopped by to visit with Steve Garver. We spent a good couple hours chatting with him and looking at all his tractors. It was so great to see him but sad not being able to see Glenda. The kids loved patting and stroking the dogs. Rorke said Mom I like big dogs!! When we got back to the Babers we were all pretty hot and so we went with Janie back to her friend Connie's house to swim. ...