Motel 6 Lakeland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
We were up at 7:00AM. This is the first morning we were able to get the stove out, heat up some water and have coffee and hot chocolate...AND drink it with a morning camp fire. It was nice. We left camp at about 8:30AM. It was sunny and 66 degrees. We breakfasted at Subway. It was another morning of going North, South , East and West before we got our bearings and found our way to ...
Had a great three nights, two days in Memphis. First day was for Elvis and it was amazingly good. Toured Graceland, his thirteen acre home and various museums that documented his career and life. There was certainly more there than I had ever imagined - ...
... really wasn't looking forward to the grilling I was expecting from immigration and having heard of other people's experience, was more than a little anxious! All credit to Atlanta airport the process was quick and we were only waiting for 45 mins before being called forward to the man in the black latex gloves sitting in front of the man with gun....guaranteed to get your pulse racing regardless of your reasons for entry! But yet again, ...
If you have been reading this blog you will probably been wondering what has been going on and where I am ect. The only problem is that the reason I can't write every day is at I have a restricted limit of wifi. So I join you on a Saturday night in Memphis, Tennessee in a hotel room. Since my last blog I have met 8 great friends, all of whom are from England but 2 "kiwi's" (as they like to call themselves) and our trek leader from Massachusetts, Ali. I ...