Homegate Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a musical hotbed, with many blues bars and cafes. Walking the length of the street, there’s a cacophony of different styles to experience.
Ernest Withers was a participant in, and observer of, the civil rights movement of the mid 1950’s. A collection of his photographs in the Museum Gallery that bears his name makes a profound statement and is quite thought provoking.
We enjoyed listening to some blues music in one of the bars ...
... up for the night at a Super 8 in Temple Tx. where we enjoyed a couple of pizzas in the room form Pizza Hut, and partied a little with a bunch of itinerant workers from Tennessee who were clearing land for an electricity project. Seemed like a good bunch of guys and we shared a few beers and laughs with them before retiring at around 10 for our nightly sleep.
Again we got up at 5 am hit the road smiling, filled up with fuel ...
... decided to give this type a food a go! We arrived at this joint called Central BBQ, it had a (barbe)queue out of the door, and a live band playing outside, so we thought it must be half decent. My word it was... We ordered a rack of ribs and pulled pork sandwich between us, plus a bundle of sides. After a game of you cut I choose with the food, we finished it with no arguments, despite it being absolutely delicious! The next morning, we decided to explore more of ...
we have survived the day at Camping World. Found that indeed our water pump was defective, but also found that it was just floating in its compartment. The water filter was also clogged. We traveled about 80 miles and decided to stop for the day. We are at a campground on the edge of West Virginia, ...
... head out to Beale Street and start at Memphis Rock and Blues Museum. This is a very interesting museum and we learn a lot. Did not know how important Memphis was in the 50's and 60's and 70's shaping Black Blues music and transforming it into multiracial Rock music. We are 2 hours in the museum and it is well worth the $12. We find out that Beale Street was where Black Sharecroppers went to hang out ...