Americas Best Value Inn/Memphis Airport
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... a Black Dog Ride across America You Tube thingy that explains leaving New York, it was about 34 degrees that day and about 35 of the Harley's had riders that had never been on a Harley very nervous times for all.Over all the lift off went well and once out of the city the countryside was lush and green with lots of corn and soy been crops and very little stock that was visible and many piggeries that were "smell-able".
... Before I left I said that Memphis didn't really interest me and then that all changed when we needed to work out what cities to cut through on our way to NY. As I had already done the East Coast - I suggest we cut inland and it worked out perfectly. Gannon who we also met in New Orleans jumped on board and away we went. We got into the hotel pretty late - about 10pm so we showered and did some research on a plan of attack for the next day!! ...
... what is called the archives studio. We saw a 15 minute movie showing Elvis in the many live performances he performed from his beginnings until the end of his career and life. It was interesting so see him begin as a very young but strong man and watch the progression of an unhealthy man emerge. Following that we were invited to look at a few artifacts from his life in another room. The guide said that in all, they have over 80,000 artifacts in storage ...
... Rights museum and Lorraine motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated. Astonishing exhibition of all the forensic evidence and conspiracy theories. All very sad at his early and pointless death.
Cheered up later at the BB King Blues club, stonking house band, mint juleps, catfish and gumbo.
Saw a bigger stuffed sock creature scurrying across the road as we drove back to our campsite in the dark. It had a ridiculous pigs tail. An opossum? O'possum? Oh! ...
... Well my TAXI for kids and luggage statement should have stood again for the bus!
The bus was apparently the public bus and we stood out like sore thumbs. We were in the hood and the main attractions, must've looked like aliens. We met street people with all their belongings and rubbish collection, talking to I assume their imaginary friends. We came to the conclusion that riding the public bus ...