Whispering Woods Hotel & Conference Center
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... Very well done. Declan commented that the average IQ of Memphis based on the people we saw today was well below the national average. Very evident with people trying to use the iPads. The city has some of the worst roads we have encountered so far. Lots of random pot holes deep enough to bottom out the suspension. We have now retreated to our Motel for a rest, dinner later then an early start ...
... found a poster advertising her singing at Ayden Grifton and I found a certificate signed by Rufus Edmonson naming her an honorary attorney general of North Carolina.
We also got to go through one of old tour buses. Interesting and nice but I do like my slides.
On back to our "bus" where we had some lunch and then hit the road about 1:30. We drove about 7 miles to the Pilot Station where Jerry slowly filled up ...
... rights from the beginnings of slavery thorough to modern slavery of today. The highlight was learning about the NCAAP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) and standing in/next to the room and balcony where Dr. Martin Luther King had stayed and was shot, at the Lorraine Motel. I really recommend visiting this museum if you are in Memphis and make sure you have the time! After lunch on the banks of the Mississippi River headed on to our next stop, ...
... up the windy paths to the front door of Graceland whilst welcome to my world played through the audio headsets. I have to say I am totally shocked at how small it, it looks huge on pictures. After a few photo ops outside the mansion (which I got bollocked for) it was time to head in. We were given a audio guide to walk round the mansion with directing us through the different rooms. First stop was the living area and dining area. Everything has remained the same since he died. The ...
... the biggest portions in Memphis we got stuck in............. it didnīt dissappoint!
The next day we headed to Gracelands, the home of The King!! We toured the grounds of his mansion, went inside his private jets, saw his amazing car collection and got totally sucked in by the nostalger of it all. Somehow we managed to escape without Louisa buying anything!!! That evening we attended a free music concert in a nearby ...