Key West Inn Tunica
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- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... Luther King was assassinated. The motel balcony and the two rooms he stayed in had been protected, and served as not only a place to appreciate the life of him, but also to have this related museum. It was a really detailed museum, and if anything contained a little too much information, but they had some incredible things in there. They had many first account stories, live speeches, and physical pieces from the marches and protests. As they had protected the balcony ...
... you to come to your own conclusion. I didn’t even get to the rest of the museum because it was about to close, so we went to the actual assassination location on the balcony of the hotel.
Out the front was a protestor wrapped head to toe (it was freezing) so you couldn’t see her face, with signs saying things like ‘Gentrification is an abuse of civil liberties’ and calling for a boycott. We looked her up after we ...
... the rules. Unfortunately the team we were supporting, the grizzlies, lost :( so that was a bit disappointing, but it was still fun. After the game we all went to Beale street, which is the party street, kind like bourbon street. It was so fun talking to heaps of locals, and dancing, I had a blast it was so fun, but it wasn't fun when I had to get up at 6 to pack my stuff to leave when I went to bed at 3.30 :( I thought I was going to die haha love everyone ...
Today was one impressive moment after another . We started with a trip late morning, to visit the showroom and then a tour of the Gibson guitar factory. Max was in heaven playing several dream guitars, for at least an hour while others around him played away in their own little musical bubbles. Another young guy from Virginia, was also there playing and as ...
... twins really “got it”. So I stopped them in the middle of the timeline about slavery and discrimination to explain that this wasn’t just history….that I lived through these times of discrimination and continue to see examples even today, telling them personal stories from the 60’s. The museum has done a fine job of giving examples of all kinds ...