Super 8 Motel - Olive Branch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... our drinks, along with a cheeky shot called a birthday cake, then called in to two further bars before deciding to make our way back to the van. Just before we left the last bar one of our group had logged on to wifi and checked the group chat, to find 84 messages of panic as the rest of the group that had stayed behind had been caught up in a tornado warning, air raid sirens an everything! We had been completely oblivious to it all in he bars. Katelin felt terrible ...
... ashamed to be a white person and I felt like an apology was owed. Learning about the slave trade and segregation in America really opened my eyes and to think that this happened only 50 years ago is shocking. Having friends from all walks of life, backgrounds and cultures it broke my heart to think of how malicious people were back then and I really felt for those segregated. I could not of stood there and let people throw drinks over my friends or beat them for sitting at ...
Our day started with a visit to the Loveless Cafe on the outskirts of Nashville. This famous roadside cafe has been serving home cooking to travelers for decades. The breakfast (really - it was a brunch) featured all of my favorite meats along with biscuits. Great way to start the day. Next we meandered our way towards Memphis - shopping ...
... Chisa, my WIFE, several times.
I was either wrong about Myron or he got the message about my non-gayness and did not try anything untoward. I'm glad because he was a really nice, friendly guy and it would ruined the experience and the memory if the whole thing would have only been about trying to get some.
Today I went to visit the main cemetery in the city and it was decent, not in the class of the great ones, like Père Lachaise in Paris, but good for ...
... 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.