Microtel Inn & Suites Memphis/Cordova ( At Wolfchase Galleria)
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... Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins) who recorded a bunch of songs together, very cool, very that new thing called rock and roll! Then I got my first glimpse of the iconic Missisippi River. The river runs all the way from Minesota to the Gulf of Mexico, passing through 10 different states along the way. It is the fourth longest and tenth largest river in the world. There's no housing along the bank as it's been known to flood from time to time, but ...
... guys in the store, including the old boy who's family runs the joint. He doesn't do anything but walk, talk, sing and dance with the customers...but I daresay he's their biggest selling point!
We came back to the hotel, got showered, changed and booted up before heading downstairs to the hotel bar for a drink. We then attempted to get on the trolley car but there was a graduation that had just spilled out onto the streets when we left. Hundreds of ...
but stay offa my blue sued shoes . . .
NB in the following post I use the terms 'blacks' and ‘whites’. It is by no means meant to cause offence but rather is used here in the language of the day to describe what was going on at the time, when music was divided along racial lines. If you have a problem with it, you can take it up with the King himself. Historical facts are generally those given by Sun Studios tour or at Graceland and ...
... We are glad that we visited Beale Street.
We find our way south to the National Civil Rights Museum. The entire museum encompasses the the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was killed by a sniper's bullet while standing on the second floor balcony. The hotel of which James Earl Ray had transformed into a sniper's nest is the other half of the museum.
The museum is outstanding. It tells the entire history of the battle for civil rights. Viewing ...
... t been to Alabama then the National Civil Rights Museum is a must for anyone who cares about American history. Exploring the Legacy" the $11 million dollar expansion opened in 2002, is housed in the building where James Earl Ray allegedly fired the shot that killed Dr. King, and includes never before seen evidence surrounding the assassination on exhibit. Admission is $13 and the museum is closed on ...
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