Knights Inn West Memphis
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... and we were massively relieved when 9.30pm came and we were allowed to get onto the train. As it was an overnight train, we had another room and another car attendant, Lonnie, who was lovely. Pretty much as soon as we were on, we had our beds made up and started to settle down to sleep.
Goodbye Memphis, you've been wonderful, and we hope to see you again some time - Chicago here we come!
... to purchase tickets. Once you had your tickets there was a queued line to board a shuttle bus to get across the street to reach the actual Graceland Estate: This process consisted of a 20 minute wait to be called by group number to stand in a 15 minute line to take a family picture (which of course we then purchased at the end) and then we got into another line to shuffle along for another 15-20 minutes to board the shuttle bus all for the short 1 minute ride to ...
... me and saw that it had walnuts in it! My mom felt so bad that she let me lay on the couch and read Sherlock Homes while Emma and Katelyn had to sit in the hot sun. After a while I was starting to feel better, so I ate dinner and then watched a movie with my Mom, Emma and Katelyn. I had a bad day because of my reaction.
July 22 - by Madison
Today we went to Elvis Presley’s home, Graceland, ...
... BHS) or, for us old-timers, the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America (SPEBSQSA), Inc. (They changed the name a few years ago, and some of us are still not happy about it.)
Anyway, we went in the front door and asked the man at the reception counter where the Hall of Fame is. This year, my friend (and Bass in my quartet Mixed Bag) Jerry Orloff was ...
... striking after two workers were killed by a malfunctioning truck and whose salaries were so little they still were able to apply for welfare as if they didn't work at all. Dr King was all about racial equality but also poor peoples rights...regardless of skin colour. He was in the process of planning a massive movement in Washington to demand equality. Many people wanted him dead and he had many death threats against him. At age 39, he himself ...
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