Super 8 Motel - Olive Branch
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Day 37 Out of bed at 7:30 and off to the Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ - a black congregation, with band and choir. The Pastor Hawkins was the most inspirational orator I have ever heard, we were on our feet clapping, throwing our hands in the air - hallelujah - along with the rest of the congregation - it was a real show. About half the women on the tour came out of the church with tears in their eyes. I must be heartless. We left ...
... our miles for the day. Today was a long day especially for Jerry. We got to Yogi Bear Jellystone Memphis just a bit after 5:00. Just as I was setting up the jacks Donna Freng called so Jerry actually did all of the setting up himself.
I pulled out left overs, meatloaf, pork chops, peas and I fixed some mac and cheese so we had an easy dinner. I fought staying up and finally about 8:00 got ready for bed and was sound asleep by ...
... up area of work spaces and hotels it's got a relaxed feeling to it even with nobody about. We thought sure there would be people in the museum.. Nope! The museum was brilliant, it was inside of the Lorraine hotel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr. Was shot dead. They had kept the front of the motel the same, even with the original cars parked in the lot outside and then inside was the museum, it went through the years of slavery and how the ...
... that his family have given his fans the opportunity to the pay their respects and to visit and tour his beloved Graceland. After the tour we made our back to camp to freshen up and headed out for some southern fried chicken down at the famous Memphis Gus chicken for some proper southern food. Best chicken I have ever tasted. I had two chicken thighs and slaw. I love the south :) After food we all headed back to camp for some much needed sleep. Free day in Memphis tomorrow lots planned ...
... over the years. It has a great vibe and there is loads to see and do, however, like New Orleans it is a city riddled with violence and crime and it is still trying to come to grips with its many complex social issues. It is not a wealthy place and it was the dirtiest city we visited, it almost seemed a bit neglected and this is a great shame as it is a city of great importance in Americas recent history and cultural struggles.