Holiday Inn Express Southaven
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... cymbals, and then played on while the conflagration raged performing an ear splittingly loud rockabilly version of "Rock n Roll " by Zep. Steven in an impressive feat of kippage fell asleep throughout the entire sequence! At one point the rocking man asked us to give the bars owner a round of applause. I swiveled round expecting to see the Killer but instead saw a whip thin black guy leaning on the bar. On the way out I observed, " Youre not Jerry ...
... experience and views of Memphis was amazing. The trainer of the ducks gave us some insight to the sights and sounds of Memphis including how some of the famous songs came to be. A truly inspiring experience. Next off was where the group divided, some of us went to the national civil rights museum. hotel Lorraine where Martin Luther King was killed. Very moving, eye opening and shocking is how I would describe ...
... we were onto Memphis. It was a bit of a rush as we got to the hotel. We went to Memphis Redbirds baseball match against Nashville with a buffet and a bud light keg which was pretty cool until the storm started. We went back to get changed before heading out to Beale St. Live music in Silky O'Sullivans and then Coyote ...
We spent about 3 hours touring the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. It was a very humbling experience. The museum is located at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. It just underwent a $36 million renovation and reopened last month.
Tomorrow we head home, 1600 miles in 3 days.
... headset and a audio transmitter. At each exhibit I keyed in a number for it and a narrative was given As most of it was 19/20th century music/life history I was fascinated.
I booked into a downtown hotel and on the recommendation of the registrar I went back to Beale St. To BB Kings Restaurant and Blues Club. The barbecue is had was excellent and the entertainment was great. I am a contented puppy.