Super 8 Hernando
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... of Commerce and provides us with more information on Memphis. She asks where we are staying and when we tell her she says she has not stayed there and can totally understand why. We head back to our accommodation, grab our bags out of the window and head up to our room through the construction site. We find our way to one level of our room with lovely mats covering the cracks in the mosaic tiles. The room has four bedrooms but ...
... Memphis on Elvis Presley Boulevard.
Sometimes the stars align and you get a chance to do something you would never imagine yourself doing - that's the way it is for me and Graceland. We needed to go through Memphis to get to St. Louis and there was an RV park immediately adjacent to Graceland so here we are. I have to say, the house and grounds are worth seeing. The yellow bar and white ceramic monkey in the ...
We drove into Memphis and parked by the riverside, a short walk from Beale Street. Peabody hotel has a duck parade each day (Google it!), the place was packed at 11am. Beale Street was very quiet, even by late morning, signs on bar doors - No Firearms. We walked back ...
... at a white persons chair. Absolutely disgusting and shocking. Was so interesting learning on how the equality law was passed and very interesting to board the bus Rosa parks was arrested on for not conforming to segregation laws and also to read through how Dr Martin Luther King made his Impact on the world. The most surreal part of the tour was looking out onto the balcony he was fatally shot on and looking through the window of the preserved motel room 307 Martin stayed ...
... story twice in 5 minutes. She loved animals and was married to a guy who made bows and arrows and then loved to use them to kill animals. "What can you do?" she wondered. I suppose when you are born and raised in Mountain View and have never left it by her age (around 50) not a lot. She protected skunks, ran the shop and kept friends who had hearts bigger than Texas. After having the best strawberry malted milkshake at a genuine Soda Fountain shop named "Woods" we stopped in at ...