Tunica Roadhouse Casino & Hotel
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... and placed them in the fountain, in the hotel. They were there in the morning after the gentleman slept of the effects of the alcohol and the customers liked them so much they stayed. The ducks are raised by a local farmer, trained and rotated out of the hotel, back to the farm, every 3 months. The duck march is at 11,00 am and then at 5pm, when they go back upstairs in the lift, walking on the red carpet.
... that man was I'd never leave my employer! Great bloke, great food. All in all Lynchburg is a pretty, small, quiet town. With the best whiskey and bbq in the world. I'd move there in a shot! From Lynchburg we set off to Memphis knowing that we'd be visiting Gibson guitars (thank you my darling wife for setting that up!) and Graceland. Try getting Paul Simon's or Marc Cohn's songs out of your head when you're driving into to Memphis, it's impossible. That goes double once you drive ...
... home and not tacky. I'm glad that I got a chance to see it. And I'm additional happy that I'm officially out of the tarantula states! I've only got 5 nights remaining on my tour before I get to New York and I'm looking forward to sleeping in a nice comfy bed and not camp. I think I would go camping again but not for 3 ...
We headed out at 7:30 am. It was 45 degrees this morning. 65 Hwy S is a pretty road like a ribbon winding through rolling green lush hills and thick bush. We saw a lot of armadillo road kill - down here they're called Hillbilly speedbumps. Passed through Pindall population 65. Such beautiful country in Arkansas love it here! Drove through historical St. Joe population 85. We drove through the Ozark Mtns. ...
... The museum makes an effort to cover the history and significant people involved in civil rights activities throughout the world. This is done with a broad swipe of the brush. Considerably more detail is provided on the civil rights activities in the US but not nearly as detailed as the coverage of Martin Luther King’s assassination.
There are parts of the museum that are really thought provoking, parts that ...
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