Hollywood Casino and Hotel
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... in the world. When will we ever learn???? For dinner we went to the ************ Beale Street. I hate to say this, but it was the worse run Hard. rock we have ever been in. They were slow seating us, and we were the only ones waiting! The service was also slow and poor. The only bright spot was in the store. I had trouble printing out my coupon. It came out blank, but the young lady behind the counter was able to help me print it out correctly. I bought two ...
... before settling down for an hour to watch some of the blues music. You could see everyone here loved their music, and that the musicians dedicated themselves to it! We decided to then sit down for a meal and watch some music in the famous B.B. King's Club. After waiting a little while for our table we were seated, about 8 foot from the stage. So as we tucked into our food, we listened to the music, and watched the large black contingent groove and grind, and the ...
Our day started with a visit to the Loveless Cafe on the outskirts of Nashville. This famous roadside cafe has been serving home cooking to travelers for decades. The breakfast (really - it was a brunch) featured all of my favorite meats along with biscuits. Great way to start the day. Next we meandered our way towards Memphis - shopping ...
... in the RV park, only ONE was available for Nov-Dec. I grabbed it. Have been playing the slots intermittently, winning some and losing some. Tonight I won $100 on the nickel slots. Time to quit gambling, right? Nov 8 Heading towards Ft. Myers to be there on Nov 20 – 1,000 miles in 10 days – a fast trip considering it's taken me three months to travel about 2,000 miles.Will camp tonight somewhere near Tupelo, MS.
... a very emotional moment in this building, and I have to admit visiting his home and seeing and listening to him is a very overwhelming experience. My thoughts are that he was a very simple soul who liked to keep his family and friends close, loved to play music, gave a lot of money away to those who needed his help and didn't really want too much more. He didn't drink, his problem was drugs, he tried to burn the candle both ends ...