Red Roof Inn West Memphis
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... It starts with the head waters of all the major rivers of the Mississippi water shed. Then flows to the Gulf of Mexico 30,000 inches away. Towns are laid out along the way. I took a pic of Barb standing on our campsite. Placards along the way describe the history of the river as well as major events that happened on the ...
... so that there are city ambassadors walking the streets to give advice, but also to make sure tourists aren't been hustled. We get hustled all over the place, and it becomes very annoying. We are told by an elegantly dressed man, that he once lived on the streets, but had "found his calling" and was now helping others. He said between all the churches (and there are a LOT of them), ...
... Sullivan show when he first performed and we went to Tupelo, MS two springs ago to see where he lived when he was born and elementary school. He is buried here with his parents and grandmother and he has a stone for his twin brother who was stillborn but he is still in Tupelo, Mississippi.
When you return by the shuttle you visit Elvis Presley’s automobile museum, Live from Vegas exhibit, Tupelo exhibit, Lisa Marie and Hound Dog ...
... sits in front directly on Elvis Presley Blvd. If you have never been to Memphis to see Graceland and the other sites, you simply must if you have any interest in rock and roll, soul, or country because this is where it all came together!
We are here for only two nights so we were up and going this morning so we could be downtown by 10. First we went to Memphis Rock n Soul Museum. ...
... were streaks of lightning across the sky stretching right across. I've seen fork lightnening hit the ground, but never appear to split the sky open like that did. The really bright flashes lit the sky up purple.
The power comes back on quite qucikly, but not for long, and the street lights keep going off. and slowly coming back on. Every so often there is a siren, which my first thought was that they were responding to fires or problems though so many cars ...