Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Tunica Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and most famously Elvis Presley. The tour of Sun Studios takes around an hour and comprises two small rooms, upstairs is a small museum with lots of memorabilia from the Sun Studios heyday, and downstairs is the recording studios where some of the most famous records of the era were recorded. The tour was conducted by overwhelmingly enthusiastic young man, with lots a stories about what ...
... persons chair. Absolutely disgusting and shocking. Was so interesting learning on how the equality law was passed and very interesting to board the bus Rosa parks was arrested on for not conforming to segregation laws and also to read through how Dr Martin Luther King made his Impact on the world. The most surreal part of the tour was looking out onto the balcony he was fatally shot on and looking through the window of the preserved motel room 307 Martin stayed at ...
... Baltic countries vacation.) We then went to a laundromat to wash our clothes, its been a week. We started laundry and I left to get our books. Jean needed something to read while waiting. On the way back I stopped for gasoline ($3.24 - hope it is this cheap when we return home.) When I returned to the laundromat Jean was on her phone with Debbie Schrieber. After we were done, we returned to the B&B to drop off the clothes, and for Jean to change cloths so we could go out ...
My lasting thought of Memphis will be this: rain and mud! We arrived at the National Civil Rights Museum, the site of the murder of Martin Luther King Jr., to heat and sunshine. The museum was a real eye-opener and so interesting, but a sharp reminder of the costs of discrimination. By the time we reached the campsite it was extremely cloudy and muddy from an earlier rainstorm, but the worst was yet to come as the rain came in ...
... irritating it was a very good tour! You looked straight into his front room, kitchen, and a lot more, and the tour explained stories behind each room. This went on for a long time and was really interesting, walking all around the grounds of his home, and finally they took you where he was buried in his garden, along with other family members. You had some typical American reactions there, but it was quite surreal! Once we were shuttled back to the museum side, we ...