Rodeway Inn Memphis
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... the original studio where the million dollar quartet happened. The set designer for the musical got it spot on. Of course we had listened to Memphis on the way in to the city. After all the pictures, we headed downtown to Danny Thomas' ALSAC pavilion over at St. Jude's Hospital. The foundation did a nice job of showing how Danny Thomas started St. Jude's and the mission for children, and not having to pay for their treatment. There were many testimonials from ...
... TN to see a fella we know who is living the dream! The family truckster needs some Gas and I need an early morning Soda. So we pull into the gas station just around the corner, gas is $3.09 per gallon and I get a 36 once fountain Pepsi for $1.08 and if I was to stay I would refill it for just 29c! We are loaded up and we hit the road ready to see what comes our way.
Once again we drive or cruise along at 70-75mph for most of he morning and the traffic ...
... 3 mile, the history from the ship's guide was very interesting and entertaining. From the founding of the City and yellow fever plaques to the USA's worst maritime disaster on the SS Sultana.
Chris was enjoying it all immensely and Zach had found a new buddy to play with on the stairs of the boat outside, a 6 year old African American kid who was part of 70 people plus group. It asked the boy's mother and ...
... Next stop was sun studios for those who wanted to go inside, Shannon and I just got a photo in front of it and got back on the bus and made our way to the Lorraine hotel. The Lorraine hotel is where Martin Luther king jr was assassinated. They have been trying to kick out everyone who lived in this hotel and there is a lady who once lived there who protests out the front every single day since the day she was kicked out many many years ago. She gives all tourists the back ...
We had breakfast in the hotel, and then set off, walking down Beale. The street
is really small - much smaller than we were expecting- and at 10am lacked the
impact it probably would have had if it had been the evening. The only people
around were a really old group who looked like they were on a tour or something,
which I imagine is different from the alcohol fuelled blues crowds that Beale is
purported to attract. We walked ...